The Dallas Cowboys No. 1 draft pick defensive end Taco Charlton

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All kinds of draft grades and evaluations about NFL prospects have come out since the draft. Here are some tiny snippets of what scouts and media websites were saying about first-round pick prior to the draft.

The Dallas Cowboys No. 1 draft pick defensive end Taco Charlton, center, poses for a photos with team owner Jerry Jones, left, and head coach Jason Garret during a news conference at the team’s football headquarters in Frisco, Texas, Friday, April 28, 2017.

It’s a good thing Taco Charlton is accustomed to pressure having played at Michigan because he’s being thrown right into the fire as the first round pick for the Dallas Cowboys.

He’s already been met with a not-so-warm welcome from a faction of the team’s fanbase who would’ve liked to see another pass rusher selected with the 28th overall pick, which already places a bullseye on his stat line before he was even assigned a jersey number. A new prediction from CBS Sports will certainly serve as a kerosene-pour on that fire, as they predict it’ll be Charlton who ultimately determines the fate of the entire NFC East.

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The NFL’s 2016 rushing leader was named the FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Year, recognizing his contributions to the league’s fifth-ranked offense.

A first-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, Elliott rushed for a league-best 1,631 yards with 15 touchdowns, third-best in the league and the most by a Cowboys running back since ’s 25 in 1995. He did not play in the team’s regular-season finale and finished 178 yards shy of Eric Dickerson’s 1983 rookie rushing record. Nike Cowboys #97 Taco Charlton Black Men's Stitched NFL Limited 2016 Salute To Service Jersey

Elliott won the FedEx Ground Player of the Week award in Weeks 4 and 5, when he rushed for a combined 272 yards and wholesale nfl jerseys three touchdowns in Cowboys wins over the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals.

After winning the coin toss and getting the ball first, the Cowboys needed just five plays to find the end zone. Troy Aikman hit Michael Irvin for 22 yards on the first play of overtime, and later found Cory Fleming for 16 yards. Fleming was in a slump earlier in the season because he was having trouble with dropped passes, but he came through with a big catch in overtime. On the ensuing play, Emmitt Smith finished off the Vikings with a 31-yard run to the end zone to win the game.

Smith’s score marks the last time the Cowboys have won an overtime game with a rushing touchdown and just the third time in franchise history.
Smith finished the game with 150 yards, but the Cowboys’ defense also had three sacks on veteran Warren Moon, including two from Charles Haley.

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It feels like ancient history at this point, but DeMarco Murray was also a Senior Bowl participant back in 2011. The Cowboys drafted him No. 71 overall that year, and he went on to 4,526 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns in four years – highlighted by his 1,845-yard 2014 season, which earned him NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

Going back even further, before Jason Garrett’s time with the team, was also a Senior Bowl player. The Cowboys drafted him 11th overall back in 2005, and he has racked up 138.5 career sacks, nine Pro Bowl appearances and four first-team All-Pro selections over the course of an amazing career.

The list goes on, but the point remains. The Senior Bowl serves as a footnote of the football calendar for all but the most diehard fans and obviously the NFL clubs that attend it. But if the past is any indicator, a future difference-maker – perhaps even a franchise-altering player could be on hand in Mobile this week.

DeMarcus Ware won a Super Bowl as a Denver Bronco this year, but he never forgets his fans from his nine seasons as a Dallas Cowboy. On Monday, while Ware was getting a tattoo to commemorate his Super Bowl 50 victory, one of those Cowboys fans was lucky enough to be in the same tattoo shop.