Jalen Hurts impresses Cowboys Jerry Jones with his Monday night performance
Jalen Hurts’ Big Monday Night got a lot of attention – including that of Jerry Jones – Jori Epstein, Yahoo! Sports
After an impressive performance Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings, Jalen Hurts received praise from Jerry Jones.
The Dallas Cowboys team owner said he caught “every cliche” of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts’ dominating performance on Monday night, and was well aware of an NFC East reality. at the end of the night.
“We’re facing a Philadelphia team with a quarterback threat,” Jones said Tuesday morning on Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan. “It doesn’t surprise me and doesn’t surprise me… [but] they will be all we can handle.
The Eagles improved to 2-0 on Monday with a 24-7 dismantling of the Minnesota Vikings. Hurts punished the Vikings defense with his arm, passing 26 of 31 for 333 yards and a touchdown with an interception while rushing for 57 yards and two more touchdowns on 11 carries. Vegas took notice, with BetMGM moving Hurts’ MVP odds to +1000 from +2500 in pre-season.
An old Cowboys friend signs with an NFC candidate.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will sign Cole Beasley to their practice squad, a source confirmed to ESPN, adding the 11-year-old veteran to a shorthanded wide receiver corps.
Beasley was released by the Bills in March and did not sign with another team as a free agent during the offseason. The Bucs plan to elevate Beasley to their active roster soon, according to NFL Network, which first announced the signing Tuesday.
The Bills had granted Beasley permission to seek a trade in early March, but eventually released him in a move that created about $6.1 million in salary cap space.
Beasley, 33, will now join a Tampa Bay team that enters its Week 3 showdown against the Packers without star receiver Mike Evans, who was suspended one game for his role in Sunday’s tussle with the Saints. The Bucs are also struggling with injuries to veteran receivers Chris Godwin and Julio Jones, who both missed their win over the Saints.
Mike McCarthy shared his thoughts on the Cowboys’ 20-17 win over the Bengals and updated the severity of Dalton Schultz’s injury.
“I really, really need to start working on my drama,” he said. “Because there are times when I feel like I don’t really fit in here. Yeah, I guess I’m going to lie to everyone. I took a moment. Yeah, I took a moment. I did my press conference as quickly as possible. I took a shower and came home because my wife was out of town so I could babysit. So I had a big night.
McCarthy also provided an update on some injured players.
Tight end Dalton Schultz suffered a knee injury during the game. Fortunately, McCarthy said an MRI revealed no serious damage.
The team will see how well he can train and probably decide if he plays next Monday against the Giants.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gives ‘optimistic’ view on Dak Prescott’s injury – Nick Selbe, Sports Illustrated
Jerry Jones seems pretty confident that Dak Prescott could return sooner rather than later.
“I don’t know if anyone knows [when he’ll be back]said Jones, per ProFootballTalkis Michael David Smith. “But when he [gets enough strength in his hand], then you’ll likely see some real progress in his timeline. I don’t know when it is. I know with a good airing last week, everyone recognizes he’ll be back sooner rather than later as far as the timeline goes. It really could be a minimum of two weeks here in my mind [Washington in Week 4]. It’s very optimistic. But he has the kind of repair there that will allow him not to worry too much about getting injured again. It’s just a matter of handling. But that’s a big question.
The future is still hazy for Prescott, but Dallas received a solid performance from Rush on Sunday against the Bengals. The 28-year-old completed 19 of 31 pass attempts for 235 yards and a touchdown with no turnovers in a 20-17 win, crafting a game-winning drive that culminated in a field goal in the game’s final play.
Jaylon Smith tries again with the New York Giants.
The Giants officially signed the linebacker to their practice squad on Tuesday. Smith played four games with the franchise last season and racked up 19 tackles before becoming a free agent.
Smith began his career with the Giants’ next opponent. The Cowboys drafted Smith in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, but he didn’t step onto an NFL field until 2017 due to his recovery from a catastrophic knee injury in his final college game with Notre Dame. Lady.
Once on the field, Smith had a solid run to start his career. He didn’t miss a game from 2017 to 2020 and made the Pro Bowl in 2019 with 142 tackles.
Smith signed a five-year, $64 million extension in 2019, but his stay in Dallas didn’t last that long. He was released at the start of the 2021 season and soon joined the Green Bay Packers. He only played two games with the Packers and eventually finished the year with the Giants.
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