Two Sign On The Line – Talks With Dez Begin

The Associated Press is reporting that the Cowboys have signed two of their 2010 draft picks.  OT Sam Young and DE Sean Lissemore both signed four-year contracts.

The team has not yet announced any deals on four other draft picks as of Tuesday: WR Dez Bryant, and LB Sean Lee.

The team has confirmed that negotiations with Bryant, the 24th pick overall, began on Monday.

Training camp starts for the Cowboys this Saturday in San Antonio.

Someone is always watching!

The Dallas Morning News is reporting that the Redskins have assigned Morocco Brown, director of pro personnel, to watch all five Cowboys preseason games to prepare for the season opener in Washington on September 12th.

Owner Jerry Jones has no issues with opponents scouting the Cowboys. Jones brought up a conversation he had with former NFL head coaches Don Shula and Marty Schottenheimer after the 1992 season. Both coaches said they knew what was coming on every offensive play during their games against the Cowboys, but they were never able to stop it.

In other news is reporting that cornerback Jamar Wall who was the Cowboys sixth round pick this year has agreed to terms.

That leaves Dez Bryant and Sean Lee still unsigned. Reports over the last 24 hours were that the Cowboys and the agent for Dez Bryant have been talking and trying to avoid any kind of holdout. No news has been reported on what is happening with Sean Lee.

Two Draft Picks Signed Today

The Cowboys got to work signing their 2010 draft picks today with training camp only ten days away. Defensive end Sean Lissemore and offensive tackle Sam Young both signed four year deals.

During the teams OTA’s Lissemore practiced at nose tackle behind Jay Ratliff and Junior Siavii, as well as defensive end. Young practiced at both left and right tackle positions which could help with the depth on the line.

Now it’s onto the rest of the draft picks…Sean Lee (second round), Akwasi Owusu-Ansah (fourth round) and Jamar Wall (sixth round). First round pick Dez Bryant may take some time to sign due to the ongoing talks with the new CBA. Let’s hope Bryant doesn’t miss too much camp.

Updates to come as the other draft picks sign.