Taco Charlton on Cowboys: ‘We will get to see who is right and who is wrong’

first_imgDallas owner Jerry Jones criticized Charlton shortly after the team moved on from him.”I think we always got to realize on the motivation — we depend on motivation,” Jones recently told local radio station 105.3 The FAN. “The game does. … You got to be unique to even play in the NFL (from a) talent standpoint. But still, it requires a really extended motivation. When you’re on the defensive line, it asks more from you than the other positions in terms of being motivated, in terms of fighting through. Just the nature of the activity on the defensive line suggests fighting through.”It’s usually fighting through pain. It’s usually fighting through really serious obstacles with all those big offensive linemen. And so you have to be eating raw meat to be a defensive lineman in my mind.”  Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders after loss to Packers: ‘We’re living in a world of suck’ Doug Pederson on dropped passes vs. Lions: ‘We have trust in our players’ Here is extended quote from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, discussing on @1053thefan how he believes Taco Charlton’s competitive temperament impacted his development. Charlton, a 2017 first-round pick, was waived Wednesday. Now on Dolphins. https://t.co/Cap7ZSgV9U pic.twitter.com/5khMQKezeK— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 20, 2019Miami claimed Charlton and he registered two tackles and a sack in the loss to his former team. 🌮🌮🌮Taco Charlton records a sack against his former team! @TheSupremeTaco #FinsUp #MIAvsDAL📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch FREE on mobile: https://t.co/qnNxI5gZ8j pic.twitter.com/3azp4XdxDD— NFL (@NFL) September 22, 2019The Dolphins have been one of the worst teams in the NFL this season and dropped to 0-3 on Sunday. They’ll face the Chargers in Week 4. Brian Flores says quarterback Josh Rosen was ‘all right’ in first start with Dolphins Taco Charlton is hoping to prove the Cowboys wrong. Charlton, now a member of the Dolphins, discussed being waived by Dallas last week after his team fell to the Cowboys, 31-6, in a Week 3 matchup Sunday.  “On the field, if you go three years down the line, we will get to see who is right and who is wrong,” Charlton said, via the Dallas Morning News. “It is on me now.”Taco Charlton: “On the field, if you go 3 years down the line, we will get to see who is right and who is wrong. It is on me now. “— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) September 22, 2019The Cowboys originally selected Charlton out of Michigan with the No. 28 pick in the 2017 draft. But, he underperformed in Dallas, recording four sacks in 27 games before being released. Related Newslast_img read more

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