Chaz Green owns up to poor performance, doesn’t want it to define him

The last time we heard from Chaz Green, the Cowboys offensive lineman was turning Adrian Clayborn into a household name while getting Dak Prescott killed. Clayborn made 9.5 sacks last season, with four coming in Week 11 against Green and two others against Green’s replacement, Byron Bell.

Green took blame for the Cowboys’ 27-7 loss to the Falcons immediately after the game, and he has continued to be a stand-up guy since.

It’s been real tough to get over, man, Green said, via Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. I’d by lying if I’d sit here and said it wasn’t. As a competitor, it’s tough, but it’s something that I feel like I go off on. I always keep it in the back of my head when I go out to work each and every day.

Green opened last season as the starter at left guard but lost his job to Jonathan Cooper. The Cowboys drafted Connor Williams in the second round to man the left guard spot this season.

Green worked at right guard and right tackle during the offseason program.

A jury convicted Randle of aggravated burglary, aggravated battery, criminal Plain Cheap Jerseys threat and marijuana possession after he allegedly hit three people with a car after being Wholesale Jerseys Paypal asked to leave the party.

Randle, who has spent most of the past two years in jail, was expected to be released Friday afternoon.

His sentence came a week after he was found competent for a fourth time following a mental evaluation at Kansas’ state-run psychiatric hospital in Larned, per the Wichita Eagle. Questions about his mental state had prevented a resolution to the case for more than a year.

Randle also resolved four other criminal charges Friday, per the newspaper. He pleaded no contest to two felonies — interference with a law enforcement officer and aggravated battery — and guilty to two misdemeanors — disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property.

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