Since releasing Deion Sanders in 2000, the Cowboys have spent several high draft picks trying to find their next "shut down" cornerback. With the first pick of the Bill Parcells era, the Cowboys took Kansas State's Terence Newman with the No. 5 overall selection in 2003. It didn't take Newman long to get adjusted to the NFL, starting all 16 games during his rookie year, not to mention leading the team with four interceptions, including three in one game in Washington.
Apr 11, 2006 at 12:20 PM
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