No Overweight Cowboys At Camp This Year

According to Aaron Wilson of ProFootballTalk.com, the Cowboys are continuing the trend of getting tough with their own players. Not only have they rid themselves of the “bad eggs” on the team, they are now imposing large fines for players showing up to camp overweight.

Says coach Wade Phillips, “I expect them to be in the best shape they’ve been in. That’s part of being accountable, not only to their teammates, but to themselves.”

The new fine equals the league’s maximum allowable amount, equalling $453 for every pound the player is overweight come training camp.

With this amount being very public now, I’m sure every player on the current roster is well aware of the weight they are supposed to be come late July and will make darn sure they show up ready to go. The media embarrassment would be far greater punishment than the monetary fine imposed should such infraction occur.

The new look and tough attitude continues to make me proud. We’re gettin there Cowboys fans…We’re gettin there…

Comments
  1. Kelly Horn

    I wonder if Coach should take his own advice…

    http://bit.ly/gGTWR

    just for fun lol

    In all seriousness, this is a good thing. Discipline is essential in a championship team!

  2. nate

    lol…i think coach wade is perfect just the way he is…i dont wanna bear hug a skinny coach when he wins the super bowl anyway…

  3. Kelly Horn

    yeah youre right ;)

  4. matt

    yea just not as fun huggin a skinny coach or dumping gatorade on them after a superbowl as it would b a tubbier coach