Cowboys No. 88 Club
Dallas first-round draft pick WR CeeDee Lamb will be wearing the famed Cowboys No. 88 when he takes the field in Big D. Although Lamb expressed a desire to wear the No. 10 as a pro, but he was given the number from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was adamant that his team's newest star don the 88.
Lamb will be the 11th member of the franchise to wear No. 88, and first since WR Dez Bryant’s final season with the club in 2017.
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With the 2020 NFL Draft right around the corner, teams are putting the final touches on their draft boards. While this draft will be different, being conducted virtually, there's still the same intrigue. Here's a look at some of the NFC East Draft Notes.
Draft Notes: Washington Redskins
Redskins holds the No. 2 overall pick, but nothing again until pick No. 66 in the third round. They also hold two fourths, a fifth and two sevenths.
Kenny Stills might be on Washington's radar, according to Aaron Reis of the Athletic. They released WR Paul Richardson, but added Cody Latimer in free agency.
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Today, we move onto the NFC and we’ll be starting with the worst (or maybe even the best depending on what way you look at it) division in the NFL this season…the NFC East.
Two teams are likely to be picking in the top-5 in April’s draft in the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. They've both been working in rookie quarterbacks this season, and both could do with a massive helping hand from Santa this Christmas.
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