Cowboys ‘Tyler Smith doesn’t like the media
The Dallas Cowboys selected Tulsa O-lineman Tyler Smith with the 24th overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Now, in addition to the pressures of being a Cowboys player, the rookie will also be tasked with replacing the legend. Larry Allen.
Whether Smith is Allen’s legal heir remains to be seen. But one thing is for sure, he definitely knows his way around the media. First introduced to the media as a Dallas players, Smith came up with a pretty interesting shot:
The player was asked about his feelings towards his critics, especially those in the media. Although still a rookie, O-lineman has made a pretty strong decision on the matter:
“I try to stay away from the media. I feel like everyone has an opinion. Just like the holes. Everyone has an opinion.”
The surprise was evident on the head coach By Mike McCarthy face, who certainly didn’t expect his players to react like that. However, in the end, it was all just considered a joke and nothing else was done in this regard.
Cowboys hope to fill the void left by Larry Allen
Raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Tyler Smith is less than 6 feet to 5 feet tall and weighs 324 pounds. The player has a lot for him. The Cowboys leadership trusted this player so much that they decided to give him the number 73 of the legendary Larry Allen.
However, Smith will switch from attack to left guard next to All-Pro’s left handle Tyron Smith. A mission the franchise believes he will take on. The Cowboys drafted a lot of O-ringers in the past. This list includes Tyron Smith (2011), Travis Frederick (2013) and Zack Martin (2014).
Smith fought hard to get where he is today. Early on, he had to ask himself if he had a future in football. Of course, this was due to his battle with a condition deform the leg.
“I was born with Blount disease. I’m on tiptoes, leaning more on my left than on my right. I had a procedure done in high school, my junior year before my senior year. I had to fight against it, for sure. Early adversity. ”
Now fully recovered with the All-American title, the offensive lineman will seek to live up to the lofty ambitions associated with his name.