With a bunch of great titles releasing over he next month or so for ps3 which game do yall think i should get SW force unleashed, lego batman, face breakers, nba live 09, tna impact, midnight club los angeles, or mercenaries 2? i'm leaning towards SW force unleashed or mercenaries 2 both games look great and the SW demo was awesome what do u guys think?
While the Cowboys are supposed to work three different left guards in tonight's game with the Vikings, it hasn't stopped them from going outside the club to find a possible replacement to injured left guard Kyle Kosier.
The Cowboys have completed a trade with the Broncos to acquire veteran guard Montrae Holland for a fifth-round pick in 2010. Holland, a five-year veteran, spent four seasons in New Orleans before joining the Broncos last year. He has 46 career starts, including all 16 games in 2007 for Denver.
To make room on the roster, the Cowboys cut safety Tyler Everett, who suffered a back injury in training camp and never got back into the mix.
As for Holland, maybe he caught the Cowboys' attention earlier in camp. Apparently, in that week practicing against the Broncos, the Cowboys were evaluating more than just their own players.
And while that doesn't close the door candidates such as Pat McQuistan, who is expected to start against the Vikings, or Joe Berger or Cory Procter, the Cowboys seem to be covering all the bases.
Kosier suffered a hairline fracture in his left foot in last week's preseason game against Houston, putting him in a hard cast and out of action for 4-6 weeks.
Holland was a fourth-round pick of the Saints in 2003 after a decorative career at Florida State, in which he started three seasons for the Seminoles.
Official word apparently will come out later this afternoon from the NFL that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will reinstate Cowboys suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones for the start of the regular season.
Goodell had said, and the Cowboys were counting on, a decision being made before the final roster cuts, which must be made by 3 p.m. (CDT) on Saturday, and evidently that will occur on the day the Cowboys will play their final preseason game, at 7 p.m. Thursday night against the Minnesota Vikings at Texas Stadium. The Cowboys, who traded a fourth-round pick and another conditional pick to Tennessee for the then troubled Jones, now know he will be one of the 53 players on the roster and one of at least six cornerbacks to make the team. The Cowboys will owe theTitans a sixth-round pick next year if Jones does not miss a game this year for NFL disciplinary reasons. If he does, or if he was not reinstated for the opener, the Titans instead were going to owe the Cowboys a fifth-round pick in return.
Jones, who might not play Thursday night, was working with the first-team defense last Friday night with Terence Newman still nursing his slightly torn groin. Jones also is working on the team's top nickel unit, taking over at right cornerback when Anthony Henry moves inside over the tight end. And the Cowboys had basically settled on Jones returning punts, and now might consider him returning kick offs with recent injuries to Miles Austin and Isaiah Stanback.