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April 22, 2013

Jason Garrett talks Cowboys draft, off season workouts

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett broke away from preparing for the NFL draft, set for Thursday-Saturday, to attend the annual Taste of the NFL Tailgate party at the Gaylord Texan's Glass Cactus. He took pictures with fans and took time to chat for a few minutes. He said he is excited about the draft and believes the Cowboys will get a good player with the 18th overall pick. Garrett said the draft was deep at certain positions and not so deep in others. He indicated the cowboys don't have 32 players listed as first round picks. Garrett refused to lament the fact that the Cowboys had just six picks because of the trade for center Ryan Cook last year. Cook ended starting the majority of the season and was well worth the seventh round pick. Garrett said attendance was great for the first week of the offseason program. He said was not surprised defensive end Anthony Spencer was a full participant despite being in the middle of contract negotiations. Spencer signed his $10.6 million franchise tender but is seeking a long term deal from the Cowboys. Garett said that Spencer showed last season that he was not only a great player but a team leader and he is only continuing his leadership in the offseason program.

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Come on Garett. Get off your sittin' spot and tell Jerry to draft a CENTER and move Cook back to his natural position of Guard. Cook isn't big enough or strong enough to play center. Hence weak up the middle and NO running game. DUH! Then make the RT position a priority in round 2 or three. Free should be moved inside to the OG spot. He just can't handle the DE's coming off the edge. He would probably be much better off facing the DT's on the inside.

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