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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys return from the holiday weekend on Tuesday, and they immediately begin the work of Organized Team Activities – or OTAs.

Tuesday marks the beginning of 12 days’ worth of spring practices – nine total days of OTAs, followed by a mandatory three-day minicamp. With the team set to start its first work of 2015, I wanted to preview the things I’ll be watching for on the field.

Today, I’ll be breaking down the Cowboys’ offense, with a look at the defense coming on Tuesday:

 

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IRVING, Texas – On this Memorial Day weekend, in deference to Blackie Sherrod, maybe the very best columnist and sports editor in DFW newspaper history, we’re kicking tires while wondering whatever happened to Curvin Richards . . . .

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DALLAS – Taking snaps in the shotgun, firing passes all over the field, Roger Staubach was in his comfort zone again this week.

Even though this was just a flag football event, benefitting the Wounded Warriors Amputees, Staubach always plays to win, even during special occasions such as this.

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Wide receiver Terrance Williams sat down with DallasCowboys.com to answer fan submitted questions via the Player Mailbag. Check out his answers below!


 

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The Cowboys have added some depth on the defensive line this offseason, adding a couple of defensive ends in the draft, along with the signing of Greg Hardy.  

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys’ cornerback situation came into clearer focus on Friday, as the club resolved its contract negotiations with Orlando Scandrick.

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IRVING, Texas -  Something tells me we’re going to be sitting around in Week 5 of the upcoming season and talking about how this next extra-point rule hasn’t really changed at all?

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IRVING, Texas – Jerry Jones made himself perfectly clear after the draft: The Cowboys weren’t trying to play “We told you so” with DeMarco Murray – or anyone who says the team can’t duplicate a 12-win season without the franchise’s single-season rushing record holder – by not drafting a running back.

They liked several in the early rounds. They were surprised Alabama’s T.J. Yeldon was selected so early in the second round. Same with Northern Iowa’s David Johnson in the third round.

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IRVING, Texas – As reported nationally early Thursday morning, the Cowboys worked out veteran running back Ben Tate as they look for depth on their 90-man offseason roster.

Former Cowboys running back Felix Jones was also among a group of eight free agents going through a workout Thursday, though the team hasn’t officially confirmed any names.

Such workouts are common this time of year as teams look to create competition for training camp over the next couple of months, though it doesn’t mean a signing is imminent.

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IRVING, TX - The Cowboys have added some depth on the defensive line this offseason, adding a couple of defensive ends in the draft, along with the signing of Greg Hardy.

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ANDREW GOODCHILD
EGLIN AFB, FL

Has there been any headway with Hardy's 10-game suspension appeal? Are we expecting a conclusion anytime soon?

David: If we knew, you would know. The NFL tends to operate on its own timeline in matters like this, as you might have noticed. I’m fairly confident we’ll hear something definitive by the time the team reports to training camp, but anything more specific than that is guesswork.

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IRVING, Texas – Preseason comments seem to bother the Cowboys offensive line about as much as an oncoming defensive end – which is to say, not at all.

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys signed rookie defensive end Randy Gregory on Wednesday afternoon, making him the fifth of their eight 2015 draft picks to sign on.

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The Cowboys have added some depth on the defensive line this offseason, adding a couple of defensive ends in the draft, along with the signing of Greg Hardy.

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BRET SKELLENGER
FONTANELLE, IA

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett confirmed that cornerback Orlando Scandrick has joined his teammates at Valley Ranch this week after previously skipping voluntary offseason workouts with the goal of ha

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ARLINGTON, Texas – At their annual spring meeting in San Francisco, the NFL owners on Tuesday voted 30-2 to move back the extra point line of scrimmage from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line, making attempts the equivalent of a 32- or 33-yard field goal.

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ARLINGTON, Texas J.J. Wilcox clearly knows how to make contact and hit with power – and not just in the defensive backfield.

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