Jed Collins

#45RB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 252
Born:
College: Washington State
Birth Place: Mission Viejo, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • 10 things to know from Cowboys OTAs: Jaylon Smith's progress, rookies finding roles, and more
    SportsDay

    10 things to know from Cowboys OTAs: Jaylon Smith's progress, rookies finding roles, and more

    The Dallas Cowboys took the field for some offseason organized team activities this week. Here's what we have learned... Dak Prescott in charge "It's funny just watching that film from last year on Day 2 [of OTAs]. I mean, I got two reps out of the whole day compared to the reps I get [now]." -- Prescott After coming into OTAs simply as a fourth-round pick sitting behind Tony Romo and Kellen Moore, Prescott enters camp this year as the man -- and he came prepared. "He's improved strength-wise, flexibility-wise, speed-wise, quickness-wise, so he's not resting on anything that went on last year," Cowboys QB coach Wade Wilson said. "He had a phenomenal rookie year. He's been out here working the

  • Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs
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    Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs

    Odell Beckham Jr. is being mentored by Cris Carter. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Odell Beckham Jr has been skipping OTAs with the New York Giants to work with his own personal trainer, Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter. And while Carter is trying to practice tough love with his 24-year-old understudy, he also thinks Beckham has been unfairly criticized early in his career. In an interview with Gary Meyers of the New York Daily News, Carter said some of the game’s best players have skipped voluntary workouts. “With Odell, they go to extremes because it is him,” Carter explained. “In 108 days, he will be ready to play against the Dallas Cowboys. Is he with the Giants at OTAs? I don’t care.

  • Who Deserves The Blame For All The Cowboys Suspended Players?
    Blogging The Boys

    Who Deserves The Blame For All The Cowboys Suspended Players?

    When news broke about a possible suspension of Cowboys defensive lineman, David Irving, you could hear the chatter of Cowboys Nation, “here we go again!” Like a broken record, Dallas is looking at having another player miss some football games. Some fans are questioning the leadership on the team, suggesting that Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is too soft and isn’t delivering the message needed to steer his players away from trouble. Others are saying that the Cowboys bring this on themselves with all the high-risk decisions they make as several of these players had huge red flags prior to coming to Dallas. If you do the math, this equates to the Cowboys missing almost 1.5 players for an entire season for three straight seasons.