FRISCO, Texas — Chauncey Golston laughed when he was asked if he was starting to doubt he'd get his chance to play. To be fair, the rookie did miss all of his first training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season.
But despite a lengthy recovery from a hamstring strain, Golston was confident his time would come.
"I knew if I worked hard, I was going to get my shot," he said. "Head down, just keep working and trusting in the process, it's going to happen eventually."
Considering the lengthy absence, Golston has burst onto the scene thes last two weeks. He had half a sack against Carolina last Sunday, and he's already got eight tackles and a quarterback pressure to go with that.
It might be a quick turnaround from the outside, but Golston said he's not surprised by the quick start.
"I worked for it," he said. "When you work for something, you're not really surprised by the outcome."
-David Helman (10/7)
This week's notebook has plenty of information, ranging from players returning to the roster, more awards and how some of Dak's teammates recall last year's Giants game.