Signed, Sealed and Delivered

It has been reported by ESPN that the Cowboys and Penn State Linebacker Sean Lee have agreed to a four year contract.

Sean Lee is the last of the Cowboys draft picks to sign, which means there will be no holdouts. The Cowboys first practice is Saturday and everyone will be dressed and ready to go to work.

Good luck to the Cowboys as they open training camp. It’s going to be a fun ride.

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Former Cowboys Strong Safety Williams Goes To Bengals has reported that the Bengals and Roy Williams have agreed on a contract. I bid you good luck Superman.

The Bengals have agreed to terms with former Cowboys free safety Roy Williams.

The Cowboys released Williams, once regarded as one of the fiercest safeties in the NFL, after last season.

In Cincinnati, Williams will be reunited with Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, who coached the Cowboys’ defense when the safety had some of his best production.

Goodbye JuJo, Julius Jones To Seattle

According to several reports Julius Jones has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks. This will end Jones’ 4-year tenure with the Dallas Cowboys.

We all knew that Julius wanted out of Dallas and wanted to be a lone starter after Marion Barber took the running back spotlight in 2007. Jones had a 1,000 in 2006, but after splitting time again with Barber in 2007, he finished with only 164 carries for 588 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Jones’ will probably end Shaun Alexander’s reign in Seattle but may end up sharing carries with T.J. Duckett and Maurice Morris.

Good luck Julius… well, except when we are playing your new team!

Player News: Marion’s Got Protection, Flozell Signs

Restricted free agent Marion Barber has been tendered for $2.562 million. Any team looking to propose an offer to Barber would also have to give up a first and third round draft pick if the Cowboys failed to match the offer. I think that pretty much ensures Barber will be a Cowboy next season. The Cowboys will probably offer the Pro Bowl running back a long-term contract after free agency.

Chris Canty was also tendered for $2.017 million, any team going after Canty would have to give up a first round draft pick in the deal. Canty is a 3-year veteran who had an impressive year in ’07. I would like to see him remain in Dallas.

Guard Joe Berger received the $927,000 tender.

Irving native Tyson Thompson was not offered a tender and therefore will probably no longer be in Dallas.

Fullback Oliver Hoyte was waived today. He spent alot of time injured and never really brought anything to the table. His football career may come to an end.

Unrestricted free agents include Julius Jones, Keith Davis, Flozell Adams, Nate Jones and Jacques Reeves. The Cowboys may go up until the 11pm deadline negotiating with Flozell Adams. I wouldn’t be surprised if Keith Davis ends up in Miami. As for Julius, Nate and Jacques, good luck out there guys!

***UPDATE: The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Flozell Adams has agreed to a multi-year contract, terms to be announced tomorrow.***

Injury Report: Week 2

Game Status:

LB Greg Ellis (Achilles)
WR Terry Glenn (Knee)

LB Kevin Burnett (Ankle)
CB Terence Newman (Foot)

Its pretty much the same as last week. However, Terry Glenn opted for the arthroscopic procedure and now may be able to play sometime around midseason.

Good luck Glenn! We wish you the best with your recovery and hope to see you soon.

Terence Newman will be a gametime decision again this week. He has participated in practice this week and is showing progress. Greg Ellis on the other hand will not play, he just hasn’t practiced enough to be active in a game. He hopes to play a limited role soon and go from there.

Jason Ferguson was placed on the injured reserve list on Tuesday ending his season. He tore his right bicep during the first half of Sunday’s game. Ferguson will undergo surgery on Friday.