Rest easy, National Football League fans. The 2016 NFL Draft came and went, and training camp is in session. The reality of the situation in Cleveland is that the Browns have holes all over their roster — despite having 14 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft — and they are still a long ways away from being competitive in the AFC North.
FRISCO, Texas -- One of the more amazing things about the Dallas Cowboys' 41-14 win last week against the Miami Dolphins was that they gained 300 yards in the first half alone. Last year, the Cowboys had four games in which they did not reach that total for a game, and in two others they barely eclipsed 300 yards. Preseason game or not, that’s impressive. Perhaps more impressive is that Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott didn’t even play in the game. That changes Thursday against the Seattle Seahawks. “I love him,” Dallas receiver Dez Bryant said of the Cowboys’ first-round pick. “I love the swag. He’s fierce, and I know he seems like he’s all chill and stuff, but he’s ready to get out there.
Our coverage for Falcons-Dolphins this Thursday night.