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Cowboys in the NFL -Week Three Update

These guys are all still at the highest level and doing pretty well.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

It's been a while since we updated you on former Oklahoma State players in the NFL, so we're going to give you a quick update.

The Starters:

Dez Bryant (WR) Dallas Cowboys - It's really sad that he's out for a while. Breaking your foot is never fun, and there are conflicting reports everywhere about how long he could be out. I hope you didn't draft him on your fantasy team, because I did and it sucks.

Joseph Randle (RB) Dallas Cowboys - Randle has 34 carries for 116 yards and four catches for 56, so he's having a decent year through two games so far. He's not been great, but he's been consistently one of the better backs for them.

Dan Bailey (K) Dallas Cowboys - Bailey is still great and we all got to see his wonderful shove of Murray in last weeks game against the Eagles.

Brandon Weeden (QB) Dallas Cowboys - Who would've thought we'd ever be saying Brandon Weeden, the starter for the Cowboys for more than a week? He did pretty good in his short time on the field last week against the Eagles, completing all of his seven passes and picking up a touchdown in the win. Weeden is the starter for a while in Arlington now, and this will be fun. Hopefully he can perform.

Tyler Patmon (CB) Dallas Cowboys - No interceptions yet but he's got two pass deflections.

Perrish Cox (CB) Tennessee Titans - Cox and the Titans got blown up against Johnny Football last week. But played pretty decently against the Bucs the week before. No interceptions yet.

Justin Gilbert (CB) Cleveland Browns -he's been on the injury report for a while but was just removed yesterday.

Kevin Williams (DT) New Orleans Saints - The 12-year NFL vet has three tackles and a forced fumble for the very under performing New Orleans Saints defense.

Lane Taylor (G ) Green Bay Packers - Still a back up in Green Bay.

Brandon Pettigrew (TE) Detroit Lions - Didn't play week two against Minnesota and no catches against San Diego. I think they're starting to phase him out.

Russell Okung (LT) Seattle Seahawks - Still an anchor for the offense in Seattle.