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IRVING, Texas – OK, one of two things is happening with Cowboys mercurial wide receiver Dez Bryant.

Either he is about to show us he’s growing up.

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IRVING, Texas – With the 2015 NFL Draft drawing ever closer, the focus is narrowing in on the Cowboys’ draft targets – and rampant speculation is making for hard guess work.

In its second attempt at a seven-round mock draft, the staff of DallasCowboys.com has attempted to improve upon the guesswork of two weeks ago. Cornerback was the overwhelming favorite to be selected 27th during the first mock draft, but shifting opinions have created a shakeup at the top – not to mention the six other picks Dallas has to make.

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(Editor’s Note: With NFL free agency in its second month but still a few weeks away from the draft, the staff members of DallasCowboys.com will analyze each position, profiling each player with what we know and what still needs to be determined. Today, we will continue the 11-part series with the wide receivers.)

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(Editor’s Note: The staff of DallasCowboys.com is currently previewing the depth chart at each position on the Cowboys’ roster. The biggest remaining variable in determining that depth chart is the NFL draft, which begins April 30. This series will identify five potential draft picks who could affect the depth chart at each position. Today, we continue with wide receiver.)

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IRVING, Texas -- Approximately 330 prospects are invited to the annual NFL Scouting Combine each year, but the NFL is full of players who didn’t receive that opportunity and still found themselves selected on draft weekend.

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(Editor’s Note: Heading into the upcoming NFL Draft, held April 30-May 2, DallasCowboys.com will take a closer look at the prospects, including some that could be potential fits with the Cowboys. Today’s featured player is Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon.)

Name: T.J. Yeldon
Position: Running Back 
College:  Alabama
Height/Weight: 6-1/226
Age: 21

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LEE JANKOWSKI
PHOENIX, AZ

Does Adrian Peterson's reinstatement likely mean Hardy will also lose no games in 2015?

Bryan: The two are not connected at all. If I were a fan I would expect the worst here, to be honest. Initially, I thought it would be two-to-four games, but I am not so sure now. Hardy missed those games last season, but he was paid to sit out. I wouldn’t be one bit surprised if the commissioner makes a big statement here. He doesn’t need the Ray Rice situation again.

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Barry Church sat down with Dallascowboys.com to answer fan submitted questions via the Player Mailbag. Check out his answers below!

 

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(Editor’s Note: The staff of DallasCowboys.com is currently previewing the depth chart at each position on the Cowboys’ roster. The biggest remaining variable in determining that depth chart is the NFL Draft, which begins April 30. This series will identify five potential draft picks who could affect the depth chart at each position. Today, we continue with defensive ends.)

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MATT YOST
TURNERSVILLE, NJ

Shaq Thompson reminds me a lot of the great Darren Woodson. With our defense spending so much time in nickel and dime sub packages, I think Shaq would be a great fit for our scheme. Any word on how the coaching staff feels about his position flex?

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(Editor’s Note: Heading into the upcoming NFL Draft, held April 30-May 2, DallasCowboys.com will take a closer look at the prospects, including some that could be potential fits with the Cowboys. Today’s featured player is Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold).

Name: Eli Harold
Position: Defensive End/Outside Linebacker 
College:  Virginia
Height/Weight: 6-3/247
Age: 21

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(Editor’s Note: With free agency in its second month, but the NFL still a few weeks away from the draft, the staff members of DallasCowboys.com will analyze every position, profiling each player with what we know and what still needs to be determined. Today, we continue the 11-part series with defensive ends.)

IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys lost a veteran mainstay at defensive end in Anthony Spencer, who signed with the Saints, and a run-stopping veteran in George Selvie. But the addition could more than make up for the departures.

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IRVING, Texas – Let me start with a couple of disclaimers here:

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For as long as it has been a topic of conversation, the thought of Adrian Peterson in a Cowboys uniform has dominated the NFL offseason.

As of Friday, Peterson will be reinstated to the league and the idle thoughts of the past few months could give way to a real course of action. If Peterson wants out of Minnesota and the Vikings are willing to part ways with him, now is the time for it to happen.

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(Editor’s Note: The staff of DallasCowboys.com is currently previewing the depth chart at each position on the Cowboys’ roster. The biggest remaining variable in determining that depth chart is the NFL draft, which begins April 30. This series will identify five potential draft picks who could affect the depth chart at each position. Today, we continue with quarterback.)

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Just in time for NFL Draft season …

Dallas Cowboys Star Magazine’s Official 2015 Draft Preview is now available!

This expanded April issue is Star Magazine’s biggest draft guide ever. You’ll enjoy 96 pages of comprehensive coverage from our panel of draft experts, including:

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(Editor’s Note: With NFL free agency in its second month but still a few weeks away from the draft, the staff members of DallasCowboys.com will analyze each position, profiling each player with what we know and what still needs to be determined. Today, we will continue the 11-part series with quarterbacks.)

IRVING, Texas – Quarterback is interesting, because on one hand nothing should change for 2015. On the other hand, the Cowboys could take big steps toward the future of the position in the next few weeks.

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Take an exclusive look inside the War Room at a Cowboys pre-draft meeting.

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The Draft Show continues to lead up to the 2015 NFL Draft with their analysis of who the Cowboys might pick.

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The Star Magazine On Air podcast interviews Bryan Broaddus about his experience as a pro scout for the Cowboys.

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The DC.com writers discuss the option of drafting a cornerback or a running back.

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Josh and Rob chat about the week's Cowboys and NFL news and welcome Bryan Broaddus to discuss his pre-draft preparation.

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The Break looks ahead to the draft and discusses the outlook for 2015.

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