Cowboys' Crayton out 6-8 weeks

IRVING, Texas, Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Wide receiver Patrick Crayton of the Dallas Cowboys will miss 6-8 weeks because of a badly injured right ankle.

Cowboys' Adams out with knee injury

IRVING, Texas, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Flozell Adams is expected to miss the remainder of the season because of a torn knee ligament.

NFL: Dallas 13, Washington 10

DALLAS, Dec. 26 (UPI) -- Patrick Crayton caught a 39-yard touchdown pass with less than a minute left Sunday as the Dallas Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins, 13-10.
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Patrick Crayton
Dallas Cowboys Patrick Crayton grabs a Drew Bledsoe pass during the second quarter at Texas Stadium in Irving, TX on October 23, 2006. Crayton had three catches for 69 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys 36-22 loss. (UPI Photo/Ian Halperin)

Patrick Jamel Crayton (born April 7, 1979) is an American football wide receiver for the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League. He was a originally drafted in the seventh round (216th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football at Northwestern Oklahoma State.

Crayton attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University where he was a quarterback during his senior year and a wide receiver in his previous three seasons. A four-time all-conference selection, Crayton saw time as a punt returner, kickoff returner, quarterback and wide receiver at NWOSU. In 44 games during his Ranger career, Crayton averaged 19.0 yards-per-catch and scored 17 touchdowns at receiver, rushed for 17 touchdowns, returned 72 punts for a 20.8-yard average and ten touchdowns, returned two kickoffs for scores and passed for 21 touchdowns with eight interceptions. In four years, he amassed 5,688 all-purpose yards, including 3,718 yards in total offense and 46 touchdowns.

As both a sophomore and junior, Crayton earned All-America honorable mention and All-Central States Football League first team honors at receiver. As a sophomore he led the nation with 19 punt returns for 508 yards (26.7 avg.) and three touchdowns. As a senior, he earned Little All-America second team and All-CSFL Offensive Player of the Year honors starting at quarterback while also handling kickoff returns, punt returns and logging time at wide receiver. While leading the Rangers to the 2003 NAIA National Championship game his senior year, Crayton passed for 1,837 yards and a school-record 19 touchdowns. He also rushed for a school single-season record 1,476 yards with 13 touchdowns on 173 carries while adding 15 receptions for 331 yards and four scores. He became the first player in NAIA history to score a touchdown passing, receiving, rushing and on kickoff and punt returns in a single season.

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