Not sure who to root for in Monday’s NCAA basketball championship game between Duke and Wisconsin? Well, the Dallas Morning News decided to pit Wisconsin fan Aaron Rodgers against Duke fan Tony Romo to better handicap the odds. While we wait to see whether the Cowboys quarterback will be celebrating tonight, here’s a look at the latest out of Dallas..
- The NFL has viewed the seven photos it wanted to see from the Greg Hardy domestic violence case and as agreed upon dropped its complaint, David Newton of ESPN.com tweets. Of course, the league’s investigation will continue, as a league spokesman told Newton (link). The NFLPA will reportedly fight hard for the Cowboys star if he is given a penalty stiffer than a two game suspension.
- Newly acquired Cowboys running back Darren McFadden joined the NFL Network to talk about his new team and he explained that the rumors about Adrian Peterson have not bothered him. “Coming into it, that wasn’t a question I asked,” McFadden said, via The Dallas Morning News. “Once DeMarco Murray was released, I felt like it was an opportunity for me step in there and try to go in and get whatever carries I could. Whether they decide to sign Adrian Peterson wasn’t going to make my decision change.”
- The Cowboys are confident that they can get the most out of McFadden, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News writes. In 2008, the year that the Cowboys selected Felix Jones, Dallas spent a great deal of time studying McFadden and also met with him, as head coach Jason Garrett explained. While injuries have set him back, Garrett is optimistic that he can stay healthy since his problems have been related to soft tissue-type injuries.