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Cowboys Land Small-School Star in Webb

The Dallas Cowboys spent much of the first two drafts bolstering their offense, spending three of their first four draft picks on offensive players.

In the fourth round, they made it two defensive picks in a row when they selected William & Mary cornerback B.W. Webb. The 5-10, 184-pound Webb becomes the second William & Mary player drafted in the NFL in the last four years. The first will be there to welcome him in the Dallas locker room: Cowboys' defensive lineman Sean Lissemore, who was picked by Dallas in the seventh round of the 201... Recommended Stories

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