Some minor rumblings out of Dallas camp this week has the Cowboys coming to terms with un-drafted tight end Scott Sicko.
Sicko who played college ball in New Hampshire went undrafted during the recent NFL draft and said he would continue to focus on his schooling and graduate from school but changed his mind and signed a free agent contract with the Cowboys.
Sicko is 6’4 ½”, 251lbs and is fast. Fast for a tight end at least for NFL standards. Certainly playing and mentoring current Dallas tight end Jason Witten can only increase Sicko’s stock as a future Dallas Cowboy and NFL player.
Sicko understands he still has to make the team and battle with everyone else to show he can play at the NFL level but one thing is there is nothing like playing for ‘America’s team’ aka the Dallas Cowboys and with that being said Sicko is: “100-percent committed to the Cowboys.”
Rumour was Dallas wouldn’t take no for an answer and stayed on top of Sicko to sign with the Cowboys which Sicko ultimately did.
Time will tell if this pans out for the Cowboys but I believe it is a win-win situation for all involved and I am confident that Sicko will see some playing time this up-coming season. He has future Cowboy tight-end written/Witten all over him.
Comments, questions, concerns, as always….
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Written by Glenn Stants