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Dallas Cowboys Release Player Following Costly Mistake

The Spun
The Spun
 2021-11-02
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The Dallas Cowboys (6-1) have let go of second-year defensive end Bradlee Anae. Anae, a Utah alum and native of Hawaii, committed a costly offsides penalty during a Vikings punt on Sunday night. Dallas eventually secured the victory, but Anae’s mistake cost the Cowboys three points, extending Minnesota’s drive...

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Brian Langley
11-03

pretty sure it was probably mpre than just an offsides penalty that got him cut. I mean if they were just cutting players because of costly penalties they would have a new offensive line every week

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KRS Afoa
11-03

hope this doesn't set a trend...players make mistakes it's part of the game...it's learning from it an NOT REPEATING the same mistakes...having depth is crucial in this 17 game season...THA MARATHON CONTINUES...

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Bobby Cobb
11-03

the headline is misleading. he didn't get cut for 1 mistake. the Cownoys have several proven players coming off injured reserve. got to make room for them. sounds like they would like to continue to develop him on the practice squad if he clears waivers.

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