Oniel Cousins

#75G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 315
Born:
College: UTEP
Birth Place: Fullerton, California
Draft: 2008 3rd round (36th pick) by the
  • Dirk Koetter confident that Doug Martin can bounce back
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    Dirk Koetter confident that Doug Martin can bounce back

    One of the biggest story lines surrounding the NFL this offseason is Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin and his future with the Bucs. Since Martin suffered a hamstring injury and was suspended by the NFL for use of PED’s, there has been rumor circulating that his time in Tampa Bay could come to an end. However, general manager Jason Licht and the franchise has made it clear that Martin won’t be going anywhere for now. Coach Koetter opened up about the unsettled situation surrounding Martin and if he trusts that when Martin return he’ll be the same player. “I think just from my own experience, when Doug is practicing like this, when he’s finishing plays, when he’s got that burst, got

  • What is the best Dallas Cowboys touchdown celebration of all time?
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    What is the best Dallas Cowboys touchdown celebration of all time?

    Now that the NFL has loosened up its rules on touchdown celebrations, it got us thinking: What is the best Dallas Cowboys TD celebration of all time? Vote below and let us know if we missed one. Dez Bryant: Throw up the X After scoring, the former Cowboys wide receiver would pretend his hands were six-shooters, fire away, blow the smoke from his fingertips and place his hands back at his sides as if to reholster. The league eventually forced Johnson to retire his Wild West antics. Cole Beasley: Too much sauce  The receiver pours fake hot sauce on his hands and then rubs it on his feet. Beasley explains his 'saucy feet' TD celebration Terrell Owens: Kettle deposit After a touchdown, Owens dropped

  • Re-focused Austin Seferian-Jenkins dropping pounds and jaws
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    Re-focused Austin Seferian-Jenkins dropping pounds and jaws

    Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter A look at what's happening around the New York Jets: 1. Wishful shrinking: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, acquired last September at the low point of his career, is making a concerted effort to improve himself, personally and professionally. The Jets have witnessed a remarkable transformation over the last few months, as the veteran tight end has dropped about 25 pounds. His weight ballooned to the mid-280s last season, and now he's down to 260, according to his agent, Brian Fettner. He was listed last year at 262, but that was just a rumor. The slimmed-down Seferian-Jenkins