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Calvin Johnson Catch

After Week 1 in the NFL, Alex Barron and Calvin Johnson might be contenders for the worst play of the season. Johnson made what appeared to be the game-winning touchdown catch, only to leave the ball on the field after coming down with it, which according to NFL rules is an incomplete pass.

Barron was guilty of a blatant hold on Redskins defensive end Brian Orakpo on Sunday night, negating what would have been the game-winning touchdown for the Cowboys.  Read full story and more at  Bleacher Report

Alex Barron – Holding Penalties!

In his first start at right tackle on the Cowboys’ offense, Alex Barron experienced his familiar problem with holding penalties.

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Eric Berry Fifth Draft Pick

Eric Berry Kansas City Chiefs!

Safety Eric Berry, the fifth overall pick in last spring’s draft, and the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a deal, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

eric berryThe deal is for six years and worth a maximum $60 million, of which $34 million is guaranteed, sources said.

A spokesman for the Chiefs said until the club announced something, there is nothing official.

But Berry tweeted Friday: “Bout to head to St. Joe!!! Aka the deals done.”  Read more here

Eric Berry is an American football safety who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Tennessee, where he was a two-time unanimous All-American and recognized as the best collegiate defensive back in the country. He was then drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs fifth overall in the 2010 NFL Draft.

Miles Austin 60 Yard TD to Beat the Chiefs

The Associated Press Reports:  Miles Austin scored the winning touchdown in overtime on a 60-yard catch-and-run to cap a record-breaking game in place of the injured Roy Williams, and the Dallas Cowboys escaped with a 26-20 victory Sunday over Kansas City.

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Miles Austin: Explodes for 250 Yards and Two TDs

♦Update:
Austin had a monster game in Sunday’s overtime win at Kansas City, hauling in 10 passes for 250 yards with a pair of touchdowns. His 60-yard touchdown grab in overtime won the game for Dallas.

♦Recommendation:
Austin, starting for Roy Williams (ribs), showed great run-after-the-catch ability along with breakaway speed, scoring from 59 and 60 yards out. Williams has been ineffective for most of the season and Patrick Crayton doesn’t have Austin’s size and speed combo so it wouldn’t be surprising to see Austin take over as one of the team’s top receivers.

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Video: Miles Austin Game Winning 60 Yard TD to Beat Chiefs

Austin had 250 yards receiving on 10 catches to break the 43-year-old single-game franchise record and help the Cowboys survive numerous mistakes against the winless Chiefs. Hall of Famer Bob Hayes had 246 yards in 1966 against Washington.

Austin also had a tackle-breaking 59-yard touchdown catch to give the Cowboys (3-2) a 20-13 lead with 2:16 left in the fourth quarter. On both plays, he slipped the grasp of cornerback Maurice Leggett and then made safety Mike Brown miss.  Read full Associated Press story here

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Posted by:  Kane Reed (Sports Writer)

Tony Gonzalez Traded to The Falcons and More

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez, 33, has been traded to the Atlanta Falcons, in exchange for a 2nd round draft pick next year.

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Gonzalez caught 96 passes for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2008. Has a the NFL career records for tight ends with 916 receptions, 10,940 yards receiving, 76 TDs receiving and 26 100-yard receiving games.  He is the only tight end in the NFL to be selected to play in in ten pro bowls,

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