NFLPA wants Cowboys to don masks despite Abbott, RB and DE question marks

Everyone wants to know if and when the Dallas Cowboys will sign Dak Prescott. While the answer remains uncertain, the team must ponder a variety of other offseason moves. Experts weigh in as they believe they have the perfect casting mates for team. One thing the team won’t have to worry about is protection from the coronavirus. The NFLPA strongly supports the use of masks and demand that franchises like Dallas make the right call.

Looking back at last season, the Cowboys must examine the progress of players like rookie Bradlee Anae and veteran Dorance Armstrong. Elsewhere, the team has a reason to brag about their draft acumen as three of its players made a list of top 50 players selected since 2016. With the offseason just getting started, Dallas must not forget to take a deep look into its depth chart at running back. The salary cap situation and what it means going forward is always a priority. Here are Friday’s News and Notes.

Despite what Texas and other states decide, NFLPA wants players to stay vigilant, wear masks :: Dallas Morning News

Link The governor of Texas may have lifted the state’s mask mandate, but the head of the players union is preaching a different message. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith urges players- including Cowboys who live locally year-round- to “take a look at what got us through an uninterrupted season this year and make sure that you adhere” to “the same level of guidelines that kept you and your family safe all year.”


3 current Cowboys named as top 50 draft prospects of last 7 classes :: Cowboys Wire

Link The Dallas Cowboys have hit on several draft picks since 2015 such as Prescott, Zack Martin, and Ezekiel Elliott. However, Pro Football Focus recently released it’s top 50 rated prospects entering their respective drafts, and none of the aforementioned names made the list. Which ones did?