Cowboys Crunchtime Podcast With Special Guest, Dave Halprin, Editor of Blogging The Boys

Late last week, I had a sit down with the esteemed Dave Halprin, founder and editor of BloggingTheBoys.com, SB Nation's Dallas Cowboys blog. Dave and I continued to discuss topics from the first have of the podcast, namely Mike Jenkins "trade demands", Jason Garrett's tenure as Dallas Cowboys head coach and a few other memes of the offseason.

As always, Dave delivered top notch evaluation and honest opinion about where he believes this team is on the variety of discussion points. Now, our conversation took place a few hours prior to the breaking news that Indianapolis (or Dallas) leaked the fact that a trade offer for Jenkins was on the table and being turned down; but as we sit here on Tuesday morning and Jenkins is still under contract with Dallas, the podcast is no worse the wear.

Take a listen to Episode 1.5 of Cowboys Crunchtime as you cruise through your workday after a great Memorial Day weekend. You know you don't want to open all of those pending emails anyway.

Click here to listen ==> Cowboys Crunchtime Episode 1.5 <== Click here to listen

Don't forget, Cowboys Crunchtime is available for download and subscription via podcast services such as the iTunes Store. Just search "Cowboys Crunchtime" or "KD Drummond" and you'll be good to go.

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