Cowboys owner Jerry Jones did not sound discouraged by the performance of his expensive free agent guards, Nate Livings and Mackenzy Bernadeau, last year.
Both spent part of the year slowed by injuries. Livings had a hamstring in training camp, and Bernadeau came into the offseason needing hip surgery and later a knee clean-out.
“I’m looking forward to them having the full offseason, hopefully, without having to be compromised by injury, and then of course, full training camp,” Jones said at the Senior Bowl. “As the season went along and they got clear of some of the injury aspects to them, they played at a level that met my expectations. They did.”
-- Carlos Mendez