Delete the Dallas Cowboys from the list of teams who will be interested in signing former Washington tailback Stephen Davis as their new starter. Two sources in the Cowboys organization told ESPN.com earlier this week that, even with the temptation of spiriting away a former Redskins star as part of the evaluation mix, coach Bill Parcells really isn't as keen on Davis as many outsiders have suggested. "(Parcells) isn't going to get into the emotional deal with (the Redskins)," said one source. "That doesn't mean anything to him. It might raise the ante with some people around here, but he certainly isn't one of them." Word is that Parcells, now freed from having to worry about the possibility of Emmitt Smith in training camp, is content to hand the job to loquacious three-year veteran Troy Hambrick. He'll probably try to bolster the position with a modestly-priced veteran free agent and look to the draft for help as well.
thats a relief, i wouldnt want the skins to have to play him twice a year with that ugly star on his helmet!!