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April 29, 2007

Cowboys get a receiver, and a quarterback

Isaiah Stanback and Doug Free both completed their conference calls with the media.

Stanback said his doctors have told him that they will clear him for 100 percent activity sometime in June; he suffered a badly sprained right foot during his senior year at Washington. He played a full season at wide receiver as a freshman at Washington before he switched to quarterback.

But his days at quarterback are over.

Doug Free started 49 consecutive games at UNI. He played with current Cowboys receiver Sam Hurd in college.

Another local angle: Free played his final college game against TCU in the Poinsettia Bowl last December. He lined up against TCU defensive end Tommy Blake and gave up two sacks and three tackles for losses. Nice way to go out.

- Mac Engel

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Heyt Mac,

It's N.I.U., not UNI...

Do you not think Spencer has the ability to start this year especially if Ellis is not ready full time?

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