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Former Cowboys NFL Training Camp Update

Jordan King - July 31, 2019 9:18 am

via @PatDStat/Twitter

We’ve been getting you NFL training camp updates with the focus being on former Oklahoma State players, and even though we’ve already talked about the duo, we’re gonna get another report from up in Pittsburgh.

Tommy Jaggi – who is a reporter for the Steelers fansided account – posted a video on Twitter that you’ll want to check out if you’re an OkState fan. Second-year QB Mason Rudolph scrambles around the pocket around the five yard line and avoids the pressure rolling to the right. Just like fans saw so many times in Boone Pickens Stadium, fellow second-year player – wideout James Washington saw the play break down and ran a crossing route to the back of the end zone. Rudolph fired to his favorite target and Washington pulled it down for the touchdown.

Have a watch here:

Let’s take a listen to Houston Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien talking about another OSU wideout, Tyron Johnson.

Based on that sound from Texans’ reporter @PatDStat of Sports Talk 790 in Houston, the Texans might have gotten a bargain on the undrafted free agent pass catcher.

Reporters from a myriad of different organizations have written articles talking about the early part of camp for the former LSU transfer. He has made some highlight-reel catches and the Texans’ coaches and reporters have certainly taken notice.

Up to Detroit where Chris Lacy continues to make the spectacular plays for the Lions. The question now for the second-year receiver is if he can make the regular plays at a high enough level to warrant a spot on the roster.

Three of those players were coached up by now-associate head coach Kasey Dunn. 

Dunn talked with the Stillwater News Press’ Jason Elmquist about the new title and if he has any aspirations to be a head coach at some point in his career.

“I’ve always wanted to do it, but at the same time, it’s got to be at the right time,” Dunn said.

 

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