Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says they plan on surprising a lot of people as a team this year, even though there are no longer as many notable faces on the roster as there has been in past years.
“We’re going to be an exciting team this year,” Prescott said on Showtime, via Pro Football Talk. “A lot of new faces. I think you’re going to find we have a lot of new guys on this team, within this organization, that can make plays. We plan on surprising a lot of people.”
Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said that they plan to bring new WR Brandon Marshall, who is dealing with a hamstring injury, along slowly this offseason.
“We’re just making sure that we don’t have a setback on a hamstring that’s recovering,” Carroll said, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. “We talked about it today — he’s got a solid six weeks, he’ll be well. We need to do a really good job as we re-introduce him back into our tempo and speed and all that, that we don’t overdo it early in the excitement to see what he can do and all.”
Texans RB D’Onta Foreman, who is working his way back from an Achilles tear, says that he’s “not trying to rush anything” and is instead working with the team’s medical staff to figure out the best plan for him moving forward.
“At this point, it’s just when I feel ready to go and when the trainers and everybody feels it’s best for me to get on the field and play a game,” Foreman said, via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. “I’m just focused on doing everything I possibly can and making sure my weight is where it’s supposed to be and being sure when I get out there that I’m able to perform at a high level like I was before.”