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32 Orlando Scandrick CB

Dallas Cowboys

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Orlando Scandrick earns four-game suspension
by R.J. White |

Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been suspended by the league for the first four games of the regular season, reports.

Scandrick was found to be in violation of the league's performance-enhancing drug policy, and his appeal has been denied. His absence will have to be filled by Morris Claiborne over the first month.

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Morris Claiborne back at practice
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne was back at practice on Monday, working as a third corner in passing situations on the outside. Starter Orlando Scandrick moved into the slot when Claiborne was needed. Claiborned was limited to individual drills in previous OTAs. Claiborne has missed seven games due to injuries.

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Morris Claiborne starting camp with second team?
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Orlando Scandrick figures to have a starting job at cornerback ahead of Morris Claiborne when the Cowboys open training camp this summer, ESPN believes. Claiborne was benched in favor of Scandrick last season, proving that Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett isn't afraid to make a big roster decision. The Cowboys want Claiborne to prove his worth in camp this summer. 

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Cowboys free up nearly $17 million in cap room
by Larry Hartstein |

In addition to redoing Tony Romo's contract, the Cowboys on Tuesday will finalize the restructured contracts of linebacker Sean Lee and cornerback Orlando Scandrick, reports The three moves will save $16.8 million in cap space and put Dallas just above the 2014 cap of $134.55 million.

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Cowboys DST historically bad Week 10
by Larry Hartstein |

The Cowboys DST gave up an NFL-record 40 first downs and a franchise-record 625 yards in the 49-17 loss at New Orleans. The 625 yards were the most produced by any team in a regular-season, non-overtime game since San Diego gained 661 yards against Cincinnati in 1982.

"I’ve never felt like this before," cornerback Orlando Scandrick told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I can’t remember when I’ve been a part of a game like this before."

Dallas was helpless against Drew Brees, who fell 8 yards shy of becoming the fifth quarterback to go over 400 yards vs. the Cowboys this season. The Cowboys are on pace to allow 7,037 yards, around the NFL record of 7,042 New Orleans gave up last season.

The Cowboys DST got a couple of positive plays. Dwayne Harris recovered a fumbled punt, and Demarcus Ware picked up his fifth sack this season.

Dallas gets a much-needed bye before visiting the Giants in Week 12.

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Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2008Dallas Cowboys163635.011000.0004
2009Dallas Cowboys165148.031100.0009
2010Dallas Cowboys164641.052.514040.04019
2011Dallas Cowboys134942.072100.0005
2012Dallas Cowboys112116.050000.0004
2013Dallas Cowboys166459.052200.00012
Kick Returns
2008Dallas Cowboys1648120.32500
2009Dallas Cowboys1600---000
2010Dallas Cowboys1600---000
2011Dallas Cowboys1300---000
2012Dallas Cowboys1100---000
2013Dallas Cowboys1600---000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2008Dallas Cowboys1600000000
2009Dallas Cowboys16002011510
2010Dallas Cowboys1600000000
2011Dallas Cowboys1300000000
2012Dallas Cowboys1100000000
2013Dallas Cowboys1600100000
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