The Cowboys announced that Daughtry will be performing during the halftime show at the Thanksgiving Day game. The game will be Thursday, Nov. 26 against the Oakland Raiders. Daughtry is a rock band from North Carolina lead by frontman Chris Daughtry.
Felix Jones will return to kickoff returns this weekend as Allen Rossum has been sidelined for two to four weeks with a hamstring injury. Rossum injured his leg last week in his Cowboys debut.
Patrick Crayton will take on punt return duties once again.
Former Cowboy Julius Jones is excited to return to Dallas to face his old teammates.
“It’s always good for me to see some of the guys that I played with down there. Bradie James, (Terence) Newman, Jason Witten, it’ll be good to see them before the game. And then beat them up during the game and then talk to them afterwards.”
Yeah, good luck with that Julius!
DeMarcus Ware is being compared to hall of famer Lawrenece Taylor by none other than Bill Belichick.
I can’t imagine DeMarcus Ware hindering any team’s defense,” Belichick said during his daily press conference with New England reporters. “The guy’s one of the best players in the league. It’s like when we had Lawrence Taylor with the Giants. That guy was a force on every play. The offense had to account for him on every play. I think he helped our team defense probably as much as any player I ever coached.”
Patrick Crayton has commented about his demotion as starting wide receiver. He had this to say yesterday (Thursday):
“I’ve still got (the chip),” Crayton said Thursday, glancing at his left shoulder. “It just got a little bigger last week. It’s going to stay there. It’s a permanent fixture there.”
Crayton referring to his punt return for a touchdown last Sunday:
“However they come my way, I’ve got to maximize them. I’ve got to squeeze 100 percent of the juice out of it.”
Before last week’s game, after learning of his demotion:
“I had a dropped pass and a muffed punt,” he said. “And the other guy had 250 yards.”
About the notion that he should start ahead of Roy Williams:
“When you give up a first, a third and a sixth and pay a guy that much, he has to play.”
Well, what do you expect him to say? He got demoted, the younger, faster guy got the job. As long as he gives 100% on the field, I don’t really care what he says to the media.