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That chick is HOT!!! love4.gif


Yes she is but maybe not too smart, not sure what she sees in Roy but again, maybe she's brillant to take him for such a ride :-s

She prolly liked him because he's a handsome rich football player who has a sense of humor. That said, Roy has turned out to be garbage on & off the field.


:shock: Is it just me? Or is Roy starting to look like Lamont from Sanford and son? LOL.Just put a fro on him. LOL.


Ha! I can see it. He'll be spending his time in the future in a salvage yard if he keeps playing the way he has.

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She is hot but as you cant see most hot girls aren't the brightest ha.

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Source: Cowboys to cut Marion Barber

By Calvin Watkins and Todd Archer
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RVING, Texas -- Marion Barber's time with the Dallas Cowboys has finally run out.

Team owner and general manager Jerry Jones met with some players on Tuesday morning and told them not to bother reporting to training camp in San Antonio on Wednesday because they will be cut.

Barber was one of those players, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, along with wide reciever Roy Williams, Pro Bowl guard Leonard Davis and kicker Kris Brown.

Cutting Barber frees up $4.75 million in salary-cap space. It is possible tackle Marc Colombo, who also met with Jones Tuesday morning, could be added to the list in the near future. A fourth-round pick in 2005, Barber established himself as a tough runner with the ability to get in the end zone, but after signing a seven-year, $45 million deal in 2008 that included $16 million guaranteed, his production fell off.

He failed to run for 1,000 yards in any season and after scoring 33 touchdowns in his first three seasons he had just 18 in his final three seasons. He ran for a career-low 374 yards on 113 carries last season, missing three games with a calf injury. The Cowboys went with Felix Jones as their No. 1 back as 2010 went on and drafted DeMarco Murray in the third round of the April draft, making Barber expendable. Barber was scheduled to earn a $4.25 million base salary this season and a $500,000 roster bonus.
Colombo's agent, Jimmy Sexton, had told ESPNDallas.com on Tuesday morning that Colombo was being cut. A decision will have to be made quickly, however, with players reporting Wednesday.

Colombo is due a $2.6 million option bonus as well as a $1.9 million base salary and $500,000 roster bonus that would be paid out weekly during the season. By cutting Colombo, the Cowboys would save about $2.4 million in salary cap room.

It is possible the Cowboys and Colombo could reach an agreement on a re-worked contract at a lower price.


Signed in 2005 after he was cut by Chicago, where he was a first-round pick, Colombo became one of the Cowboys' best finds in the Jones' era. He took over the starter's job in 2006 and held it through last season, battling through injuries.

He missed one game last year after having knee surgery in training camp and played through an elbow injury that limited his strength. In 2009 he missed the final seven regular-season games with a fractured fibula and high ankle sprain but made it back for the playoffs, although he struggled in the divisional round loss to Minnesota.

Brown, who was viewed as a competitor to David Buehler for the kicking job, was scheduled to earn $910,000 in 2011.

Davis, who signed a seven-year deal worth $49 million in 2007 as a free agent from Arizona, started every game he played for the Cowboys and was named to the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons.

The move saves the Cowboys $6 million against the salary cap this year. Davis was scheduled to earn $6 million in base salary and count $9.416 against the cap in 2011.

The Cowboys have veteran Montrae Holland as a potential replacement and drafted David Arkin in the fourth round. It is possible they could look to the open market for a veteran as well.

When the Cowboys signed Davis, Jones hinted at the possibility of moving him to left tackle if needed, but Davis proved to be a dominant guard in his first few seasons. Davis, who turns 33 in September, struggled at times last year and was replaced by Holland against Tennessee but returned after Holland suffered an eye injury. Davis' play toward the end of the season was improved.

If the Cowboys end up releasing Colombo, then they will be breaking in a new right side of the line for Tony Romo. Rookie Tyron Smith is expected to start at right tackle and Holland has starter's experience but has only done so four times since coming to the Cowboys in 2008.

Calvin Watkins and Todd Archer cover the Cowboys for ESPNDallas.com. Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

http://espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/story/_/i ... NHeadlines

Who got the worse of the trade again? :wink: :lol:

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Roy Williams, Marion Barber done in Big D
Posted by Michael David Smith on July 26, 2011, 2:32 PM EDT

APThe Dallas Cowboys are saying goodbye to wide receiver Roy Williams and running back Marion Barber.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told Williams and Barber today that they shouldn’t show up to training camp because they’re going to get cut, ESPNDallas.com is reporting. Williams and Barber are one of a number of cuts the Cowboys are making; guard Leonard Davis is already gone, as is kicker Kris Brown, and tackle Marc Colombo may be next.

Williams has been a major disappointment since the Cowboys shipped first- and third-round picks to the Lions to acquire him. Williams signed a five-year, $45 million contract with $20 million guaranteed with the Cowboys, but he managed just 1,324 receiving yards in 40 games in Dallas.
Barber has been a similar disappointment: He signed a seven-year, $45 million deal in 2008, with $16 million guaranteed, but he has failed to become a 1,000-yard runner and last year gained just 374 yards on 3.3 yards a carry.

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Couldn't help it, but I just made an emphatic first down sign!!!

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Couldn't help it, but I just made an emphatic first down sign!!!

LMAO!!! :lol:


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Can anyone see him signing with Chicago? I sort of can.

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Lets bring him in!

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Lets bring him in!


I wouldn't be against it.. Would rather have moss or to.


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Lets bring him in!


I wouldn't be against it.. Would rather have moss or to.


Not gonna happen. First of all, the Lions have supposedly agreed to a one year deal with former Bear WR Rashied Davis.

Secondly, Roy didn't have too many good things to say about Detroit when he left, so I seriously doubt the Lions would bring him back. It would be a PR nightmare for the front office, unless he played lights out. And the odds of that happening are pretty remote, at best.

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I was just kinda joking. He wouldn't fit well here I don't think. He did say he took back what he said I thought... could be wrong.

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m2karateman wrote:
Can anyone see him signing with Chicago? I sort of can.

done and done from what I heard

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m2karateman wrote:
Can anyone see him signing with Chicago? I sort of can.

done and done from what I heard


Yes, he's a Bear now.

The only reason I predicted Chicago is they needed a big receiver, and Martz likes Roy (for whatever reason). It just seemed like a fit to me. Every blind dog finds a bone now and again....

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My brotha from anotha motha is a huge bears fan so I've been catching up with their moves since ive been back on vacation andi have to ask..WTF???? getting rid of olsen, their better DE, letting (an aging)Kruetz go to let a backup from another team start and hen getting Roy?? with the exception of FINALLY replacing Tommy Harris with a solid DT they havn't done SQUAT to improve over last year.

I dont see it as a blind squirrel finding a nut...I see the Roy move as a pounding of the last nail in their coffin. I see them as a lucky team last year, and with this years moves...only SLIGHTLY better than the McBroke led Viqueens.

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I dont see it as a blind squirrel finding a nut...I see the Roy move as a pounding of the last nail in their coffin. I see them as a lucky team last year, and with this years moves...only SLIGHTLY better than the McBroke led Viqueens.


I was talking about my predicting he'd land in Chicago, not Chicago getting a great receiver. Roy is far from my favorite NFL player, and I never really thought he was all that and a bag of chips when he was here playing for Martz.

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