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Cowboys working out four players, including ex-Giants QB Rya

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FRISCO, Texas -- Proof that the talent-acquisition business never ends: the Dallas Cowboys will work out quarterback Ryan Nassib, safeties Jeron Johnson and Duke Williams and wide Adidas Authentic David Savard Womens Jersey receiver Lance Lenoir. Nassib served as Eli Manning’s backup from 2013-16 with the New York Giants, but Nassib's final season there ended early because of an elbow injury. Nassib, the Giants’ fourth-round pick in 2013, played in parts of five games, completing 9 of 10 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown. The Cowboys claimed quarterback Zac Dysert off waivers on Tuesday. He was on the field during the Cowboys’ organized team activity on Wednesday. They also have undrafted rookie Cooper Rush behind Dak Prescott and Kellen Moore. “[Dysert] hasn’t played in a lot of games, but he’s been around the last three, four years, been around some good offensive systems,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. “We’ve gotten a lot of good recommendations about him. We liked him coming out and we’ve looked at a lot of the preseason tape that he has. We’ve seen him do some good things, so we’re excited about bringing him Adidas Authentic Leo Komarov Youth Jersey in here and adding him to the competition.” Johnson has had two stints with the Seattle Seahawks (2011-14, 2016) and played 2015 with the Washington Redskins. He has played in 64 career games with two starts. His lone touchdown in his career came on a blocked punt return against the Cowboys in 2012. Williams was a fourth-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2013 and spent time last year with the Indianapolis Colts. He has played in 58 games with 10 starts and has one career interception. Lenoir went undrafted in April and worked at the Chicago Bears’ rookie minicamp. He is the all-time leader in receptions (273), yards (3,796) and touchdowns (28) at Western Illinois. The Cowboys concluded their organized team activities Wednesday and will hold their minicamp next week to conclude their offseason program.
If you're willing to accept the notion of a must-win game occurring in Week 1 of the NFL season, you'll want to pay careful attention when the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants for a Sunday night game on Sept. 10. According to Football Power Index (FPI) projections, there won't be a game more important to either team's playoff hopes than that late-summer NFC East showdown. Put simply, if the Cowboys start 1-0, FPI will give them a 70.8 percent chance of reaching the 2017 playoffs. Lose that game, and their odds to reach the postseason drop below a coin flip (46.7 percent). Meanwhile, the Giants' playoff chances are 55.9 percent with a win in Dallas in Week 1, a figure that plummets to 30.3 percent if they lose. It's where the high value of a win meets the high risk of a loss that we arrive at the definition of "playoff leverage." With that in mind, we had FPI look at the game that each team's playoff push would hinge on most greatly, then ranked them in order of which teams would need to put the greatest emphasis on a single game TEMPE, Ariz. -- From Bruce Arians' perspective, there's one thing -- albeit a big, bright, shiny thing -- standing between Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer and the Pro Football Hall of Fame: a Super Bowl championship. "Well, statistically, if you put a ring on his finger, he probably has a chance to be Dale Hawerchuk Jersey
talked about for the Hall of Fame because of his statistics," Arians said, when asked how a championship would affect Palmer's candidacy for a spot in Canton.
Though a Super Bowl might be constantly on Palmer's mind, his desire to hold the Vince Lombardi Trophy is not consuming his life. He won't let his legacy on the gridiron -- nor his potential failure to win a championship -- define him. "It's not going to make me as a man," Palmer said. "I don't want to live the rest of my life on what I did playing football. I want to live the rest of my life on the type of man, husband, father, son, all those things. "But there's no doubt that I would love to have a Super Bowl ring." Thanks to plentiful rest during the offseason thus far, Palmer could be in line to turn in one of the best seasons of his career -- a feat which could potentially lead to that elusive ring. He didn't throw this offseason until the final day of OTAs, and the respite appears to have paid off. Arians feels Palmer's arm is "stronger than ever," as was evident during Wednesday's minicamp when Palmer threw a couple of 55-yard passes and, according to his coach, "dropped them in the bucket." Palmer thinks his offseason downtime will give him a leg up during the second half of the season in particular.
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