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Attention DALLAS fans
The Dallas Cowboys have given Jason Witten a 4-year contract extension. Jason Witten has had quite the NFL career since being drafted in 2003 in the NFL Draft as the 69th overall pick. Since being drafted, he's received honors like: being a 10x Pro-Bowl selection, was the Walter Payton Man of the Year in 2012, 2x First- team All-pro, and 2x Second-team All-proJason Witten has been arguably the most durable TE in the last couple years with stats like 1,089 receptions (most in Cowboys history) and still accumulated a little over 650 yards last year. Look out for another 4-years of danger over the middle and danger in the trenches for the Dallas Cowboys, because Jason Witten will continue to do just that. Let us know how you Dallas fans think of having Witten back for another 4 years down below #dallascowboys#jasonwitten#nfl
If the Cowboys are looking for instant upgrade at the Will OLB spot to go with Sean Lee and Jaylon Smith, it most certainly would be Vanderbilt's Zach Cunningham. Cunningham not only brings the speed and high football IQ but also the boom when hitting opponents, punishing ball carriers to the ground.
Cunningham attacks oncoming blockers with an aggressive and powerful initial punch, quickly disengaging on his way to the ball. Unlike most linebackers with his length, Cunningham shows good recognition and body control to slip cut blocks, as well, sprawling to maintain his balance and rarely losing sight of the ball.
Cunningham is able to convert speed to power as a tackler, showing no hesitancy in the hole against big (or small) runners and ripping at the ball, when possible. Cunningham's future in the NFL could be on the outside as he possesses the range and body control to excel in space. He changes direction well for a man of his size, showing light feet and loose hips. He possesses the range to beat backs to the edge, as well as exciting closing speed while in pursuit and coverage.
Cunningham shows good awareness of passing lanes, as well as the body control and long arms to contort in space to knock down throws.
The Dallas Cowboys planned to meet with Connecticut safety Obi Melifonwu on Tuesday, according to Eric Edholm for Yahoo Sports.
A four-year starter for the Huskies, Melifonwu was part of the same secondary as Cowboys safety Byron Jones for two seasons. Like Jones, Melifonwu is a physical player, with size of a linebacker at 6-foot-4, 224 pounds, yet the speed and athleticism of a defensive back, timing at 4.40 seconds in the 40-yard dash.