Dallas Cowboys quarterback Matt Cassel (16) will make his first start against the New York Giants Sunday with a clear mind after the birth of his fourth child over the weekend.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Matt Cassel (16) will make his first start against the New York Giants Sunday with a clear mind after the birth of his fourth child over the weekend. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Matt Cassel (16) will make his first start against the New York Giants Sunday with a clear mind after the birth of his fourth child over the weekend. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram

Baby comes at right time for Matt Cassel

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