Taylor, Jean-Jacques
September 2005
Sporting News;9/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 36, p45
The article presents information related to the football team Dallas Cowboys. Julius Jones hasn't been shy, he has said his personal goals are 1,700 yards and 20 touchdowns. He has speed, quickness, moves and big-play ability. Rookie Demarcus Ware appears to be the pass-rushing presence the Cowboys have lacked since Charles Haley retired after the 1996 season. Drew Bledsoe has to prove he's more than a journeyman at this point of his career. Bledsoe has been sacked 140 times in the past three seasons and the coaches want him to get rid of the ball more quickly.


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