Cowboys Notes: Lawrence, Irving, White

Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is the rising star of the NFC East, ESPN.com’s Todd Archer writes. “Rising star” can be defined in a number of ways, but Archer argues that Lawrence had his best season ever in 2017, making him the breakout player of the division. With 14.5 sacks last year and a Pro Bowl nod, it’s hard to argue.

Lawrence proved that he can be the “war daddy” that owner Jerry Jones wants, but Jones will have to pay if he wants to keep him beyond 2018. The two sides are set to meet this week in advance of the July 16 deadline, but if no deal comes together, he’ll play out the season on his one-year, $17.1MM franchise tender.

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6 comments on “Cowboys Notes: Lawrence, Irving, White

  1. RockHauler

    Lawrence will end up either signing a long term contact or he’ll be franchised again next year.
    As for Gregory, who cares! He’s another Gregg Hardy. Unfulfilled potential but to many problems and headaches.

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    • Miklo916

      No Greg hardy beat up women. Gregory had a drug problem. Smoke to much weed. So quit comparing ppl with different past.

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      • RockHauler

        Did I touch a nerve? If you read what I wrote, I said that they both had “unfulfilled potential, but to many problems and headaches”. I don’t see anything in there where I alluded to Hardy having a drug problem? Maybe next time read each word and if they are to big or unfamiliar look them up.

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  2. itslonelyatthetrop

    The Cowboys’ cheerleaders have some major neck problems…

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