Determined to continue the success he had in late 2012, Dez Bryant is diligent in his drills. And Dallas' former problem child is taking on a leadership role in practice. This might be the year Bryant truly becomes great.
A week after releasing Anthony Armstrong to free up cap space, the Dallas Cowboys re-signed the veteran wide receiver on Wednesday. Since nearly leading the league in yards per reception in 2010, Armstrong only has 10 catches combined over the last two seasons.
In an effort to revitalize a struggling front four, the New York Giants are scheduled to meet with former Eagles defensive tackle Mike Patterson and former Panthers defensive end Eric Norwood according to reports. Patterson reportedly will undergo a physical as part of his visit. In 2011, Patterson suffered a seizure in training camp before he underwent brain surgery following the season.