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(Nota: Correo Cowboys es una serie de preguntas mandadas por fanáticos alrededor del mundo. Ambar García, corresponsal de Somos Cowboys, y Nick Eatman, columnista para DallasCowboys.com, responden las siguientes preguntas de los fans). Read

Octavio Carrillo
Estado de México, México
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¿Algún novato de los Cowboys podrá impactar la liga? Read

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RYAN WEIDLICH
SCIOTA, PA

I've been reading a lot about the rookie defensive backs and their performances in the offseason programs, but I haven't heard a lot about Xavier Woods. Has he shown any potential to be a late-round steal? Read

Bryan: Woods hadn't made any huge mistakes which is good. Where he's going to show up is when they get in pads and have periods where they work one-on-one. Preseason games are going to help him too.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas - In some respects, it could seem like just yesterday that the Cowboys drafted Byron Jones in the 2015 NFL Draft. The first-round pick out of UConn joined a secondary full of veterans like Brandon Carr, Orlando Scandrick, Barry Church, J.J. Wilcox, and experienced players like Morris Claiborne and Jeff Heath. Read

But all of a sudden Jones is entering his third season and the Cowboys are treating him like anything but a young, new player. Read

“Like all things in life, when you’re having a good time it goes by fast,” Jones said. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – He might be a forgotten starter, but he’s a starter all the same. Read

In this pass-happy era of football, when NFL defenses routinely play with five and six defensive backs on the field, Damien Wilson tends to be a bit overlooked. Entering his third season, Wilson figures to be the Cowboys’ starting strong side linebacker – it’s just a matter of how much that gets him onto the field. Read

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REUBEN JOHNSON
NASHVILLE, TN

Whether offensively or defensively, who do you feel could potentially be a breakout player this season? Read

Bryan: I really do like what I've seen from Anthony Brown. He's going to push for a starting job at corner and once he gets it, he is likely to have a big year.  Read

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Joined by seven inductees, 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee Jerry Jones visited Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday – making the Pro Football Hall of Fame the first American sports organization to have an audience with the Pope. Read

The Cowboys’ longtime owner/general manager made the special journey to the Vatican with Hall of Famers Chris Doleman, Franco Harris, Floyd Little, Ronnie Lott, Curtis Martin and Jim Taylor, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced. Read

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Some of the thoughts that run through an oversized, bald head: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Taco Charlton doesn’t have many memories of watching Leon Lett play for in the ‘90s. He was born 10 months after Lett and the Cowboys won a second straight Super Bowl in 1994. Read

Charlton’s father Norm, a longtime Cowboys fan, remembers “Big Cat” well. Read

“My dad actually told me about him because obviously he watched him more than I did when I was a kid,” Taco said. “He was a great player. Long leverage kind of like me, big tall guy.” Read

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(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Rob Phillips, escritor para DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com) Read

FRISCO, Texas - Antes de que los Cowboys se dirijan hacia el oeste para el campamento de entrenamiento el sábado 22 de julio, los novatos obtendrán un poco de ventaja. Read

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KEN YANTIS
LAKE CHARLES, LA

I know it's very early, but minicamps are over and what is your gut feeling of this year's rookie class overall (drafted and undrafted)?  Do you feel it will be an above average class, average, or below average? Read

Bryan: I really do like these kids in the secondary and I think they will contribute from the start. I do have my concerns for Taco and what the expectations are for him. Think it's going to take some time.   Read

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FRISCO, Texas – There’s not a whole lot of action over this next month while we wait for training camp, so I decided to try to do some forecasting. Read

This offseason program gave us a really good idea of what the Cowboys are working with on their roster right now. Obviously, training camp performances are valuable – and injuries dictate a lot about the NFL season. But it’s possible to think ahead to the coming months with a really good idea of what this team’s roster will look like. Read

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Es difícil evaluar bien a los jugadores durante las prácticas del minicampamento debido a que no andan equipados, pero aún así se puede tener una buena idea de quienes serán los novatos con mayor impacto en el equipo. Read

Fácilmente se podría decir que el grupo más destacado hasta el momento ha sido la posición de esquinero. Dos de los novatos que han dado mucho de qué hablar son Jourdan Lewis y Chidobe Awuzie. Read

Ambos jugadores se han comportado como si fuesen veteranos, enfocados completamente en el juego, dentro y fuera del campo. Read

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FRISCO, Texas - Dak Prescott is the perfect example of why a backup quarterback has to be ready when his name is called. Read

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Kellen Moore had already been placed on injured reserve with a fractured fibula last season when Tony Romo was the victim of a preseason injury. So it was Prescott who had to step in as the starting quarterback. His rise to superstardom would be mere months away. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Before the Cowboys head west for training camp on Saturday, July 22, the rookies will get a bit of a head start. Read

With preseason starting earlier than usual with the Aug. 3 Hall of Fame Game, the Cowboys are permitted to have their rookies in for on-field work at The Star in Frisco July 19-21. The entire team, including the veterans, will fly out to Oxnard, Calif., July 22 and hold its first training camp practice two days later. Read

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JAMES RESOP
FOND DU LAC, WI

If the Cowboys were to only keep nine guys on the D-line, who do u see being cut? If they move Crawford back to DT and kept Collins, Thornton and Paea there. With Lawrence, Charlton, Irving, Mayowa, Tapper, and Moore...who is the odd man out? Read

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Bryan: I initially only had them keeping nine and I adjusted it to 10 by adding Joey Ivie. So going back to nine: I don't have either of the rookie defensive tackles making the squad.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – In 1991, Emmitt Smith, the NFL’s all-time leading rusher, compiled his first 1,000-yard season in his second year in the league. He ran for 1,563 yards, at the time the second most in Cowboys history. Only Tony Dorsett had run for more. Read

         He also won his first NFL rushing title. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Minicamp is in the books, and the next time we’ll see the Cowboys back in practice is training camp in Oxnard, Calif., just under 40 days from now. Read

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Here are my takeaways from the Cowboys’ final offseason work this week: Read

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Now that all of the offseason practices are complete, the Cowboys can rest up for the next five weeks before training camp begins in late July. Read

While OTAs and minicamps are often tough to evaluate, the staff of DallasCowboys.com decided to evaluate the rookies. Read

Granted, the skill players will get more love on this list because of their opportunities to make more plays. Once the pads come on, it evens the playing field better for evaluation purposes. Read

But for now, here’s how the staff ranks the rookie players on this roster.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Play of the day on Minicamp Day 3: perfect pass from Dak Prescott and perfect fade route/touchdown catch by Dez Bryant. Read

To say cornerback Chidobe Awuzie got beat in coverage isn’t exactly fair. Read

The Cowboys’ second-round draft pick pressed Bryant in the corner of the end zone and was in position to make a tough deflection before the Pro Bowl receiver leaped up and snatched the ball in mid-flight. Read

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RANDY SNYDER
NEWALLA, OK
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When the players finally practice full contact in training camp, who are you most interested in seeing perform and why? Read

Bryan: Easy...Jaylon Smith. If he can handle taking on Zack Martin down after down and tackle Ezekiel Elliott on the move then he will be ready for the season. If not then this front office will have to make different plans. Read

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