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Old 05-04-2004   #13
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Gil Brandt's review:

Drew Henson looked good at Dallas' first minicamp.
Dallas' other high-profile rookie is Drew Henson; even though he was drafted last year and traded to Dallas before this year's draft, he is still considered a rookie. Henson really looked good -- he had more mobility than originally expected. One time, he rolled right and made a really great throw along the sidelines. One more note: Henson wore No. 11, the same number Phil Simms wore with the Giants and Drew Bledsoe wore with the Patriots. Bill Parcells coached both of those famous passers. When the media asked him about it, Parcells didn't make note of it and was surprised ... or at least acted surprised.

And from FoxSports

The Cowboys were pleasantly surprised by Drew Henson's work last weekend and the team might have a quarterback controversy on its hands. Right now, the starting job belongs to Quincy Carter. And the feeling in Dallas is that Bill Parcells, especially if the team is playoff competitive again this season, might be returning for the 2005 season.
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