David Little

#10WR,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 185
Born:
College: Midwestern State
Birth Place: Monroe, Louisiana
Draft: Undrafted
  • Cowboys News: Is This Underrated Draft Pick The War Daddy Cowboys Have Been Looking For?
    Blogging The Boys

    Cowboys News: Is This Underrated Draft Pick The War Daddy Cowboys Have Been Looking For?

    Scout’s Take: Have the Cowboys found their War Daddy? - Bryan Broaddus, Dallas Cowboys Broaddus tackles a wide range of reader questions in this edition of Scout's Take. This question stood out to me: Question: Who has the most potential to already be our "war daddy"? Broaddus: I am a huge fan of Maliek Collins and what he can bring to this group. Everyone was talking about the fantastic rookie seasons by Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Anthony Brown -- but Collins was just as good. His ability to line up at both the one and the three-technique and create problems is impressive. Not many people can match the power of Zack Martin, but Collins can. If he can cause those types of problems against

  • Rob Gronkowski is not best tight end Martellus Bennett has ever seen
    Patriots Wire

    Rob Gronkowski is not best tight end Martellus Bennett has ever seen

    Martellus Bennett may not like Jason Witten, but he certainly respects him. Bennett, who spent 2016 with the New England Patriots, wrote on Twitter that Witten — not Rob Gronkowski — was the best tight end he’s ever seen play. While Bennett and Witten didn’t get along, Bennett studied and learned from Witten from a distance. Bennett has spoken openly about his rocky relationship with Witten, who Bennett said said was cold to him when he joined the Dallas Cowboys as a rookie. Bennett spent four years with the Cowboys before bouncing around to the Giants, Bears, Patriots and now Packers. Bennett played in the same tight end group as Rob Gronkowski, who played just eight games in 2016 before getting

  • Stanley C. Panther a champion, finally, at Mascot Games in Orlando
    Miami Herald

    Stanley C. Panther a champion, finally, at Mascot Games in Orlando

    Stanley C. Panther of the NHL Florida Panthers finally raised the Cup, an achievement which has eluded him for years. It wasn’t Lord Stanley’s, but Stanley could be considered a Lord, after helping the OUC The Reliable One Green Team win day one’s tournament at the Amway Center. This marks the first time Stanley is part of a champion Mascot Games team as he’s placed on runner-up teams before...until now. Stanley proved dedication and hard work pay off, and he is returning to South Florida with the Cup. Sebastian the Ibis of the NCAA University of Miami and Billy the Marlin of the MLB Miami Marlins are other local mascots who’ve held, hoisted, hugged, and kissed the Cup on championship teams in