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Daryl “Moose” Johnston White Terrell Owens Jersey , the former Cowboys fullback and current FOX commentator, also had a side gig as the General Manager of the San Antonio franchise in the Alliance of American Football. That did not end well.Johnston told ESPN Radio in San Antonio that he and others who worked for the AAF were “misled” about the long-term viability of the league. Johnston said he and others in the league were assured that there was a solid business plan in place that would keep the AAF viable for at least two years. Instead, it lasted two months.“There were several people who took jobs with the Alliance because they were told they had two years, and they’re in a very difficult spot now at this stage. This was something that caught me totally by surprise,” Johnston said.Johnston said he feels terrible that he put his name behind a franchise that is now stiffing contractors.“There are multiple businesses in the San Antonio area that are still awaiting payments and will probably have to go into the legal process to get that resolved,” Johnston said. “That is extremely disappointing to me.”Johnston said AAF co-founder Bill Polian called him while the team was practicing and told him to immediately shut down the practice, because the AAF had collapsed so suddenly that if a player got hurt on the practice field, his medical expenses wouldn’t even be covered.“You’ve got to shut practice down,” Johnston said Polian told him. “In case anybody gets hurt, we don’t know who’s going to be responsible.”Polian, co-founder Charlie Ebersol and AAF chairman Tom Dundon still haven’t offered a satisfactory explanation of why the league fell apart so quickly. Asked who’s to blame for all that, Johnston answered, “I don’t know yet, and I don’t know if we ever really will.” The Dallas Cowboys have selected a defensive end in each of the last five drafts. Will they get another one this year? Here are six potential candidates and when the Cowboys should target them in the 2019 NFL Draft."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys News2019 NFL Draft: Six defensive prospects for the Cowboys and when they should target them New,49commentsThe Cowboys are sitting in good shape at defensive end, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take one in the upcoming draft.CDTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL Draft: Six defensive prospects for the Cowboys and when they should target them Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY SportsThe Dallas Cowboys recently signed their star pass rusher DeMarcus Lawrence to a lucrative five-year deal. The team also traded for veteran edge rusher Robert Quinn. On top of all that, the team has several young pass rusher prospects like Randy Gregory, Taco Charlton Terrell Owens Jersey 2019 , and Dorance Armstrong on their roster that they are hoping will be a part of their future. On the surface, it doesn’t appear as if the Cowboys need a defensive end, but things can change in a hurry. Regardless of the condition of the Cowboys defensive end position group, the team has taken an edge rusher in each of the last five drafts. In the spirit of collecting talent, defensive ends are very much on the table in the upcoming draft, but which players are the Cowboys likely to show interest in? And what rounds are they likely to be drafted? Here are six defensive ends that could hear their name called when the Cowboys are on the clock.SECOND ROUNDJaylon Ferguson, Louisiana TechYou’d think that college football’s all-time sack leader would generate a lot more buzz entering the draft, but despite his 45 career sacks Ferguson just isn’t the prototype edge rusher most teams are looking for. He doesn’t have the build as he’s a little on the thick side, his bend is terrible, and he just doesn’t offer much athleticism. He gets off the snap okay, but isn’t twitched up like Rod Marinelli prefers. Despite all that, the Louisiana Tech defensive end has four years of outstanding production and it’s hard to argue with results. Steven Erler-USA TODAY SportsWhile the physical traits are lacking, Ferguson makes up for it with the mental ones. He relies on his instincts and lateral quickness to get past blockers. He’s got violent hands and uses them extremely well. His long arms and power to push-pull and snatch allows him to have his way with blockers. He’s very perceptive as to what the offensive linemen give him and knows how to attack their weaknesses. Ferguson is very solid against the run as he sticks with his assignments and uses his long arms to bring down ball carriers.Ferguson doesn’t have the high ceiling of an elite edge rusher, but possesses the ability to be a solid fixture along the defensive line at the NFL level. Would that be enough to justify using the 58th overall pick on him?THIRD ROUNDZach Allen, Boston CollegeThe Eagles defensive linemen is another trench warrior that could fall through the cracks of the draft. He doesn’t have the explosiveness you’d expect from most edge rushers, nor does he have the play strength to anchor down and defend interior gaps. His athleticism is good, but not great and he doesn’t offer great pass rushing appeal, only recording 16.5 sacks his entire four-year college career. That’s one less than Ferguson had last season alone.But with Allen Dallas Cowboys Joe Jackson Jersey , you’re not getting a sack master; you’re getting a high energy football player who has the propensity to make impact plays. In 2017, he racked up an impressive 100 total tackles. Allen is highly instinctive and knows how to work around blockers. He’s just a guy that finds a way to make plays, whether it’s batting down passes or blocking kicks. The amount of hustle he displays makes him a consistent finisher. While he doesn’t look like he can be great at any one thing, he possesses a wide range of attributes that allows him to play both inside and out. Something tells me he’ll find his niche in the NFL and that could lead to one heck of a defensive linemen.Jachai Polite, FloridaThe Florida star edge rusher is an interesting prospect. On tape, he’s a late first-round talent even with such a deep class of pass rushers. But upstairs, he brings with him all kinds of concerns that will inevitably hurt his draft stock. Where he falls will depend on just how badly his off field indiscretions play with NFL teams.Bryan Lynn-USA TODAY SportsPolite has all the athletic traits you look for in an edge rusher. He can bend, he’s got excellent get-off, and he’s got an assortment of pass rushing moves. He’s got great burst to get after his opponent and displays excellent chase-down speed. While he has no weaknesses as a pass rusher, he offers up very little against the run, which takes him out of the running as a three-down player. The biggest concern with Polite is his character. Buzz about bad combine interviews and unimpressive workouts have generated some red flags. After the enigma of David Irving that saw an amazing talent fall to the wayside because of his immaturity, you’d have to believe it would take a considerable slide before the Cowboys would be willing to roll the dice with Polite.L.J. Collier, Texas ChristianTexas Christian’s L.J. Collier is another prospect that doesn’t wow anyone athletically, but constantly shows up on tape. His frame and lack of pass-rushing prowess makes him a questionable piece on the edge and at the same time he doesn’t have the size to withstand the every-play pounding of the inside. So, where does that leave Collier exactly?Collier is a tough guy who plays with a lot of aggression. He’s a clever pass rusher who always has a plan off attack and can sniff out weakness of his opponents. He is slow off the snap, but has a sudden burst that can get his blockers off balance, allowing him to bull rush right through them. Collier has active hands and strikes well, but his placement isn’t always where it needs to be. While he had a strong senior year Womens Joe Jackson 2019 Jersey , he only has one full season as a starter, but he could be on the rise. He had a good showing at the senior bowl and with the right coaching, he could offer up some nice upside.FOURTH ROUNDMaxx Crosby, Eastern MichiganLast year, the Cowboys were extremely excited when Dorance Armstrong was available in the fourth round as he was a nice development project they could put in their back pocket. A similar thing could happen this year if Eastern Michigan’s Maxx Crosby is still on the board when the team picks in Day 3.Crosby is an athletic specimen, finishing in the 90th percentile in every single one of the running and jumping categories at the combine. He’s a finesse pass rusher who has plenty of tape showing him winning. He’s got long strides to sneak around the edge and does a great job swiping at blockers. Crosby doesn’t have very good bend and often time plays too upright, allowing him to lose the leverage battle. His tackling leaves something to be desired as he has small hands without much strength to wrap up his opponents. It’s hard not lot like the potential he brings, but he’s going to need to add some bulk and strength to be an effective player in the NFL.FIFTH ROUNDJohn Cominsky, CharlestonIn continuing with the theme of non-prototypical defensive ends, Cominsky is one of those conundrums that begs the question... where will he fit in the NFL? He’s not an elite pass-rusher, he plays too upright, and he hasn’t figured out how to use the tools he has to be a consistent presence on the defensive line. Despite all of that, he shows a lot of positive things on tape that make him an interesting late-round option.Cominsky doesn’t have great get-off, but he’s relentless. The guy does everything he can to max out his potential. He put on over 70 pounds during his college tenure to get to 285. He’s an aggressive player and can make an impact in run support. Coming from a small school, his body of work comes from inferior competition, so it’s a little tougher to gauge just how good he is. Cominsky is an appealing development project the Cowboys should be able to land on Day 3 and they would have plenty of time to figure out where he would be the best feet.


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