Dallas Cowboys : Reality TV Show Winner Jesse Holley Promoted to Active Roster

October 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Dallas Cowboys have cut offensive lineman Robert Brewster off their roster, and added Jesse Holley, who was the winner of the Spike TV show 4th and Long hosted by former Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin.  
4th and Long was a football-themed reality series that featured six wide receivers and six defensive backs battling it out for a spot in Cowboys training camp, with a shot at making the official roster.  The athletes Holley went up against included past national champions, CFL players, arena league veterans and semi-pro players.
Holley is a pure athlete who spent a year and a half on UNC's football team as a starting wide receiver.  He was also a member of North Carolina's 2005 national championship basketball team.  This 6'2'' 211-pound versatile athlete could eventually move his way up the depth chart.
He has played in a few preseason games, but has never seen regular season action. Jesse was a part of the Cincinnati Bengals for a bit until they...

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