Dwayne Harris Remains Confident in Special Teams
The Cowboys allowed a 108-yard touchdown return against the Ravens
By Scott Crisp
Thursday, Aug 21, 2014 • Updated 1:28 PM CDT
Cowboys return man Dwayne Harris isn’t worried that the 108-yard kickoff return they allowed last weekend to the Baltimore Ravens’ Deonte Thompson could be a sign of things to come for the special teams unit.
“Last year we had a guy run back a punt against us, last preseason, and the whole season I think we didn’t really give up any big-yard returns the whole season,” Harris told the team’s official website. “It’s just something we learn from and keep working on it.”
That said, Harris knows the team needs to do a lot better than they have this preseason to meet the always high expectations of special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia
“As far as him, he has a high expectation and high standards for us,” Harris said. “For us, we don’t let things like that happen.”
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