James embraces Super Bowl talk

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Bradie James doesn't have a problem talking about the Super Bowl. We just asked him about it on Dallas-Fort Worth's 103.3 FM ESPN. Asked if he tries not to bring up playing a Super Bowl in his home stadium, here's what James had to say:

"Nah, we can't be scared to mention it. That's our ultimate goal. With it being here in Dallas, we want to be that first team to make history."

James said the 2010 Cowboys have as much talent as the '08 team, but pointed out that this roster had a lot better "chemistry."

We later had a conversation with All-Pro linebacker DeMarcus Ware. He was initially shocked that the Cowboys released left tackle Flozell Adams, but he's now changed his tune.

"Flozell, when I first came in, took me under his wing," said Ware. "He’s a good friend of mine, so you know exactly how I feel about that situation. It’s a business. Being at left tackle, you got to be able to protect Romo and I think we got the best guy for the job."

I also asked him about the Albert Haynesworth situation with the Redskins. I'll save his answer for my Haynesworth column, which will likely go live at 2 p.m. ET tomorrow.