Cowboys coach Bill Parcells passed on drafting a RB in the first round and ended up with a clone of Curtis Martin.
Julius Jones has it, and with him piling up yards from the backfield, so now do the Dallas Cowboys.
Coach Bill Parcells has brought in a number of his former players in an attempt to improve the offense.
WR Keyshawn Johnson, unhappy with the way he was used last year, enjoys his increased involvement in the offense.
Joey Galloway's tenure in Dallas is a prime example of the risks of trading first-round draft picks for veterans.
Jon Gruden says Keyshawn Johnson isn't going anywhere, while Dexter Jackson isn't going to Disneyland.
Keyshawn Johnson drew attention so other Bucs could get the ball Sunday, writes ESPN.com's John Clayton.
The Bucs figure to play rough with Keyshawn Johnson's old team, writes ESPN.com's John Clayton.
With Steve Young's return, Terrell Owens could bank on being among the top three paid receivers, reports ESPN's John Clayton.