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Draft Scout Kyle Wilber News
11/30/13 - LB Kyle Wilber may have found a home at stong-side linebacker after starting there the past two games in place of the injured Justin Durant. Wilber had seven tackles against the Giants last week after recording just 11 in the first 10 games. He followed with four tackles, a quarterback hurry and a fumble recovery that led to a DeMarco Murray touchdown against the Raiders.
06/18/12 - LB Kyle Wilber (fourth round, 113th overall) signed a four-year contract wirth the Cowboys.
05/18/12 - LB Kyle Wilber suffered a fractured finger during rookie minicamp and will be out until training camp. He underwent surgery to have pins put in his hand. But he said he is ready for the cast to be off and the pins to be taken out. He said it will not set him back in getting ready for the season.
"I don't think it will affect me too much," Wilber said. "The coaches will make sure I stay in my playbook and as soon as the pins are removed I'll get back to physical activity. ... I might be a little behind but I'm sure the strength coaches and my coaches will push me to catch back up with the team."
04/29/12 - A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 4/113 - Kyle Wilbur, LB, 6-3, 250, Wake Forest...The Cowboys were looking to upgrade their pass rush and Wilbur helps address that need. He had 13.5 sacks in college. But he is also solid covering backs out of the backfield and good against the run. - The Sports Xchange
01/23/12 - TOP TEN PROSPECTS WHO HELPED THEMSELVES AT THE EAST-WEST SHRINE: DE/OLB Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest: With lean limbs and frame, Wilber doesn't necessarily look like a prototypical pass rusher off the edge, but he pursues the quarterback with a relentless attitude. He has tweener traits and needs to show better discipline against the run, but he has the flexibility and long arms to rip past blockers and change directions with coordinated footwork. Wilber won't be valued the same by every team and projects best as a hybrid DE/OLB in a 3-4 scheme. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com