Cowboys activate Randy Gregory

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The Cowboys activated defensive end Randy Gregory from the Commissioner Exempt List on Tuesday.

He began practicing last week and is eligible to play this week at Washington.

“Randy’s going to have the opportunity to prepare to play this week, so we’ll see how the week of preparation goes,” Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said. “But I thought he had an excellent week last week.”

Gregory has not played a game since Jan. 12, 2019, when the Cowboys lost to the Rams in the divisional round of the 2018 playoffs. The NFL suspended him for a fourth time shortly after that, and Gregory missed the 2019 season.

The Cowboys have 11 sacks as a team.

The Cowboys waived defensive back Saivion Smith and receiver Ventell Bryant, who was on injured reserve.

2 responses to “Cowboys activate Randy Gregory

  1. And David Irving signed with the Raiders. I’ll bet you David Irving has a bigger impact on a better team then Randy Gregory does.

  2. 11 sacks is tied for 19th in the NFL. Aldon Smith has four of them. Imagine how bad that defense would be without him. It’s not like he’s setting the world on fire either. He has 29 tackles through six games–the highest total of anyone on the DL (Lawrence is second on the DL with 17).

    You know your defense is bad when you have a safety and a CB in the top four in tackle, ahead of anyone on the DL. Their top seven tacklers are: LB, LB, S, CB, DE, S, S. That’s not good.

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