Justin Durant

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 230
College: Hampton
Birth Place: Florence, South Carolina
Draft: 2007 2nd round (16th pick) by the
  • Dallas Cowboys showing interest in Daryl Washington
    Revenge of the Birds

    Dallas Cowboys showing interest in Daryl Washington

    There was never a question on whether or not Daryl Washington would get another opportunity in the NFL, the question was always where would it happen. While nothing is certain and Washington has had a week to talk with teams with no news, we are starting to get subtle hints of teams with interest. One team we know of now is the Dallas Cowboys. What this means is really nothing, outside of the Cowboys are putting together a book on Washington. They have taken on a number of off field issue players before, some have worked out while some have not, most notably Randy Gregory. However, it seems like Washington's issue with drugs is all that is on the media conscience: This is obviously the issue

  • USA Today

    Romo returning to Tahoe Celebrity Golf Tournament in July

    STATELINE, Nev. (AP) — Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play in the annual celebrity golf tournament at Lake Tahoe this summer for the first time in five years. The newly-retired, four-time Pro Bowler will be among more than 80 past and present sports stars and entertainers to compete for the $600,000 purse July 14-16 at the American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, Nevada. Tournament spokesman Phil Weidinger told The Associated Press a formal statement would be issued later Tuesday announcing Romo's agreement to make his seventh appearance at the 28th annual event. Romo finished second three consecutive times from 2009-2011 and finished fifth the

  • Utley made a sick diving play during a very Chase weekend
    CSN Philly

    Utley made a sick diving play during a very Chase weekend

    Doug Pederson sat down with Matt Mosley and Ed Werder on their Doomsday podcast recently to talk some NFC East football. They caught Doug during his son's high school baseball game and chatted about topics ranging from Carson Wentz's rookie year, the Dallas Cowboys, Sidney Jones, and the addition of a plethora of weapons on offense. Doug sees a Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz-dominated NFC East for years to come. Coach Pederson was impressed by the way Prescott carried himself on and off the field. Doug pointed out that Dak didn't have to do anything remarkable for the Cowboys to win games which allowed him to simply be himself. Perhaps that's something Wentz will benefit from in year two with