Dallas Cowboys guard Brian Waters was at practice with his new team for the first time today. He primarily played right guard alongside the second team offensive line in practice. Apparently there is something in the water, becuase while at Valley Ranch he said “I think this football team is as talented as there is in the NFL. I believe in that.”
Brian Waters: “I think this football team is as talented as there is in the NFL. I believe in that.”
— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) September 4, 2013
That is high praise coming from Waters. While he has spent the majority of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs, he was there for two division championships. That includes a 2003 season were they started 9-0 behind running back Priest Holmes who broke Marshall Faulk’s single season touchdown record that year.
That means he also played along side Tony Gonzalez, arguably the best tight end in NFL history for a number of years.
He then played with the New England Patriots and Tom Brady in the 2011-12 season and Super Bowl XLVI, which they lost.