Cowboys To Host Local Prospects, Davis May Sign With Dolphins

According to several media sources, the Dallas Morning News being one which I try to check on a routine basis, reports are that some local players have been invited to Valley Ranch.    Some will count towards the 30-in-house pre-draft invitee list allowed to the Cowboys, some won’t.    S Keith Davis is proported to be contemplating a deal that would send him along that ever-present road to Miami. 

Several of the invited players to Dallas are cornerbacks, such as Kansas’ Aqib Talib and Arizona’s Antoine Cason.  Some are players like OU TE Joe Jon Finley, considered “local” players and are exempt from the “30 in-house” rule and can work-out at Cowboys’ facilities for further evaluations.  I wonder why RB Jamaal Charles isn’t included in this list of prospects.  But several quality players are in this list, to include Cal RB Justin Forsett, almost spelled exactly like “Dorsett”, hmmm.

Anyway, this could be an brilliant way to find great young talent for some of our most needed positions at almost bargain prices! 

As for Davis, it would be great if Jerry Jones could somehow re-sign him, but it will most likely be impossible money-wise.   Davis deserves a shot to start someplace else and probably will,  wherever he goes.  Jones has to wait and see how Roy Williams performs in training camp and possibly part of this season before he can attempt to spend very much money on another safety.  Patrick Watkins is still onboard, although Davis is a solid performer, he will go at too high a price for Jones to match now.


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One Response to “Cowboys To Host Local Prospects, Davis May Sign With Dolphins”

  1. JO JO BOY says:

    I WISH THE BEST FOR KEITH DAVIS HE PLAYED HIS BEST HERE AND COULDNT IMPROVE PAST 2ND STRING ON D… BUT HE WAS A HECK OF A S/T PLAYER HE LEAD THE CHARGE THAT HELD DEVEN HESTER TO ONE OF HIS WRST RETRN DAYS EVER…. HE LED THE SPEACIAL TEAMS AND NOW WILL NEED EVEN MORE IMPROVEMENT…. GOOD LUCK KD….

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