Seattle stunner: Giants stymie Wilson, Seahawks in 17-12 win
New York Giants defensive end Leonard Williams (99) celebrates with linebacker Tae Crowder (48) after Williams sacked Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (not shown) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020, in Seattle. A fourth-and-18 desperation throw by Wilson was batted down, and the Giants were left to celebrate. “I’m really surprised that this is how we looked against this game plan that they had,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. SEATTLE’S WEIRD SCORESNot surprisingly, Seattle was involved in a game that had a strange score at some point. The 5-0 halftime score was the first in an NFL game since Week 2 of the 2013 season when the Seahawks led the 49ers 5-0 at the half.
Greg Simmons' Cowboys Camp Blog: Day 6
OXNARD, Calif. - You set goals to start each day when you are on the road. So today, our goal is to cover the Cowboys training camp in Oxnard and then head to the Rams training camp in Irvine to interview three San Antonio natives, Malcolm Brown, Josh Reynolds and Ramon Richards. The first complication develops when the Cowboys switch the fully-padded practice to the morning session. That means the walkthrough is reserved for the afternoon workout, since Wednesday is a players day off. Time is a serious factor now because the rams practice could end at 7:15 pm SA time or 8 p.m. We are hoping for those extra 45 minutes.
Greg Simmons' 2019 Cowboys Training Camp Blog: Day 5
But as is our business, news soon started to break. First day in pads completed at Cowboys training camp. pic.twitter.com/6X8MOUbVlE Greg Simmons (@GregSimmonsKSAT) July 30, 2019While this is breaking, Billy arrives in my room to inform me that I have a leak. Sure enough, there were signs of a water leak above the bathtub. Were visiting the Rams training camp and the three San Antonio-natives on the roster Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATE: Alfred Morris arrives at Cowboys Training Camp
UPDATE: Veteran running back Alfred Morris reported for duty in the Dallas Cowboys training camp Tuesday. After arriving in camp Monday night, Morris was in full pads this morning. This is Morriss second stint with the Cowboys, having played in 2016 and 2017. Morris last played for the San Francisco 49ers during the 2018 season, where he rushed for 428 yards on 111 carries and scored two touchdowns. Morris played two seasons in Dallas, started five games and averaged 5 yards per carry in 2017.
Cowboys RB McFadden breaks elbow during Memorial Day weekend
IRVING, Texas – Dallas running back Darren McFadden fractured his right elbow in an accident at home and will likely be sidelined at the start of training camp. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said the accident happened during Memorial Day weekend, and McFadden returned for voluntary workouts last week. Garrett said the fracture was discovered during a physical before the mandatory minicamp that started Tuesday. McFadden, who had surgery Tuesday, was fourth in the NFL in rushing last season with 1,089 yards. Garrett said McFadden would be out "at least a couple of months."