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Height: 6'6" Weight: 271 lbs Born: 8/14/1975 Years: 11
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No surprises on injury report
12/15/2010 6:24:12 AM - LB Kevin Burnett (calf), OLB Greg Ellis (calf), LB Bradie James (elbow), NT Tank Johnson (ankle) and S Pat Watkins (neck) are all listed as probable after having fully participated in every practice this week.

The Bucs have four key offensive players listed as questionable: RB Warrick Dunn, WR Joey Galloway (foot), QB Brian Griese (elbow) and WR Ike Hilliard (head). Griese would back up Jeff Garcia if he dresses out Sunday.

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Brian Baldinger blames Cowboys' defensive woes on ... Jay Ratliff?!
12/15/2010 6:24:12 AM - The NFL Network's Brian Baldinger, best known around these parts for being a bench-warming offensive lineman for some '80s Cowboys clubs, weighed in on what's wrong with the Dallas defense. He pointed the finger at the nose tackles.

"The Cowboys have two on the roster, but neither of them know how to play the position," Baldinger said. "You cannot play the position with your head down. You have to be able to beat the double-team. You have got to stay on your feet, nose tackles cannot play on the ground."

He might have a point when it comes to backup Tank Johnson, who hasn't done a whole lot other than force a fumble against the Bengals. But Jay Ratliff has been the Cowboys' best defensive player other than DeMarcus Ware this season.

Maybe Baldinger based his analysis on the Rams game. Pretty much every Dallas defensive starter other than Ware was awful in St. Louis. But Ratliff played at close to a Pro Bowl level through six games. It's ridiculous to pi (more...)


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