Cowboys draft Western Kentucky quarterback Mike White

With Kellen Moore now the Cowboys quarterbacks coach, Dallas needed another backup quarterback.

They used a fifth-round choice — No. 171 overall — on Western Kentucky’s Mike White.

There is a lot of confidence as far as the guys that we have here right now, Gase said. We did a good job as far as lining up what we thought was the quarterback rankings. We felt that those guys were going to go before 1And we knew that was probably going to be the case. And we felt good about what we have with Ryan starting and then Brock and David competing for that number two spot. And now adding Bryce (Petty), that’s going to be an interesting competition because really we’ll see how it all works out for us.

The Vikings used a fifth-round draft pick, the 167th overall pick, to select Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson.

Former New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts DT David Parry is visiting the Vikings, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported.

The Washington Redskins arguably pulled off a steal by grabbing Derrius Guice with the 59th-overall pick in last month’s draft.

The 218-pound, bulldozing runner out of LSU reminds scouts of Ezekiel Elliott on the ground, but can Guice develop into an every-down back?

Lonnie Ballentine, DB, Memphis For his first two years Clowney looked like an injury-prone bust, but he’s since stayed healthy and will soon be the NFL’s highest-paid defensive player.

In the clubhouse, Walker was awarded the team’s championship belt.

He threw a no-hitter in the 2008 Little League World Series for South Lake Charles, La.

He’ll get a nice party thrown in his honor in California, and then go about the work of being a longshot in the NFL.

And the rest of you can start work on your 2019 mock drafts now.

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