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November 11, 2010

Hodge is released

The Cowboys drafted Stephen Hodge to become a linebacker in their sub-packages and a big special teams contributor. Hodge, though, hardly got on the practice field in his 1 1/2 seasons in Dallas. The Cowboys released him Thursday.

Hodge, a sixth-round pick in 2009, had microfracture surgery on both knees while with the club. The last one came a month ago. The Cowboys weren't willing to wait out another year of rehab for Hodge to try to come back, so they reached an injury settlement with the former TCU standout.

-- Charean Williams



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This is part of the problem......he is content in that he feels he is "doing his job". Anthony, Look in the mirror, shave that silly beard off your face and tell yourself that just maybe, your teammates and coaches want and expect you to be more then "just a guy"! Time to step it up son!!

yes..another great post...really interesting read.

The roots of education is bitter,i worshipped the ground the author trod on.

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