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November 19, 2012

Garrett satisfied by Bass' NFL debut against Browns

Defensive end Ben Bass, a rookie from Texas A&M, made his NFL debut against Cleveland and was credited with one tackle. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he was encouraged by Bass’ effort because the game “didn’t seem too big for him.”

Bass was part of a multi-player committee who replaced Kenyon Coleman, who is out for the season with a triceps injury.

Asked about Bass, Garrett said: “I think he ended up playing 10 or 12 plays. He did some good things. It didn’t seem too big for him. A lot of those guys have to settle into the ballgame and sometimes what happens is they get emotionally charged up to play and maybe they don’t play with the technique they need to play with. It seemed like as the game wore on and the more snaps he got, the more comfortable he got.”

_ Jimmy Burch


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