About Matt Cordon

Blogging impatiently about the Cowboys since 2006. Being a fan since 1977 hasn't required quite as much patience.
Website: http://www.knowyourdallascowboys.com
Matt Cordon has written 1596 articles so far, you can find them below.


Optimistic Video

Here is a preview of Super Bowl XLII… Tweet

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New Names in Free Agency and for the Draft

This was dump the veterans week in the NFL, with a number of players released in salary cap moves. Dallas said goodbye to Drew Bledsoe, while other teams let go of such players as Joey Porter, Joe Horn, and Keenan McCardell. Here is more complete list: Here is a more complete list of transactions: _Wide […]

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McBriar: $8.5 Million for Five Years.

According to ESPN, the Cowboys have signed punter Mat McBriar to a five-year deal worth $8.5 million. Now if he could only hold field goals… Even though the Dallas Cowboys usually don’t like to give big deals to kickers, they made a big exception on Wednesday by reaching an agreement on a five-year, $8.5 million […]

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DeMarcus Ware Video: Then and Now

Here’s a short video of DeMarcus Ware, showing him at the NFL Combine in 2005. And here is another shot of him… Tweet

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Combine Results and Profiles: Offensive Linemen

As I noted yesterday, Texas guard/tackle Justin Blalock is the top selection in 22 percent of the mock drafts that I surveyed. Also appearing on some mock drafts were Penn State tackle Levi Brown, Auburn guard Ben Grubbs, and Arkansas tackle Tony Ugoh. Here are more complete profiles of these players, along with their combine […]

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Mock Draft Index Update: Blalock Still the Overall Choice

Last month, I summarized the results of 46 of the mock drafts that had been compiled to that point. Texas guard/tackle Justin Blalock was the choice of about 35 percent of those drafts. As we celebrate the NFL scouting combine this weekend, here is an update to that index. This is a review of 27 […]

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Was Anonymity Really an Issue?

If I felt badly for taking two days off to tend to my other life, that ended when I saw that both the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that Wade Phillips had lost his anonymity. And to think that you can get paid for reporting this stuff! [I personally make 38 […]

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Cowboys Hire New Special Teams Coach

The Associated Press is reporting that the Cowboys have hired Oregon State assistant coach Bruce Read to coach special teams. Read has previous NFL experience with the New York Giants and the San Diego Chargers. CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State assistant coach Bruce Read has resigned to take an assistant’s job with the Dallas […]

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1965 Draft

[If you haven't figured this out, I am a Cowboys history headcase, and so I will periodically have some posts focusing on the Cowboys history. This is part of a series looking back on the drafts of the past.] 1965 Draft Grade: C- The Cowboys made two notable selections in the 1965, including first round […]

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MOP Award for 1966: Willie Townes

Amid all of the exciting news from the Cowboys front these days… (Andre Gurode was signed to a six-year deal; Jason Garrett was named offensive coordinator)… I thought I would throw in a MOP Award this week. We are up to the 1966 season, and the award goes to defensive lineman Willie Townes. What won […]

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