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OXNARD, Calif. – On draft weekend, third-round pick Jourdan Lewis adamantly declared his innocence against a misdemeanor domestic violence charge involving a March incident with his then-girlfriend. Read

The Cowboys backed up Lewis’ character, saying they were comfortable drafting the University of Michigan cornerback based on their research on the situation. Read

Tuesday, a Michigan jury found Lewis not guilty. It’s a triumph for the 21-year-old rookie, who can now focus on his NFL career with the Cowboys. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. - Even though he didn’t spend any of the offseason with the team, Justin Durant felt the same sting from last year’s playoff loss to the Packers as much as anyone. Read

“Man, that one hurt,” the veteran linebacker said. “I felt like we left something out there. I didn’t want to leave it like that. For me, I certainly didn’t want to go out like that.” Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – Zack Martin has watched fellow offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick get long-term extensions during preseason in the last three years. Read

During those negotiations, he watched both players continue to handle their business on the field. Read

Martin plans to take the same approach as the Cowboys plan to ramp up contract talks with their three-time All-Pro right guard. Read

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Los Cowboys llegaron a un acuerdo de contrato de una extensión de dos años con su tackle derecho La’el Collins el martes por la tarde. Read

La extensión de este contrato aseguraría el futuro de Collins hasta la temporada 2019. Según los reportes, la extensión es de un valor de $15.4 millones de dólares con un bono por firmar de $4 millones de dólares. Read

Collins llegó a los Cowboys como un agente libre no reclutado en 2015. En sus primera dos temporadas jugó en la posición de guardia izquierda, pero ahora se espera que se convierta en el tackle derecho de los Cowboys. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – It has long been speculated that the Cowboys would get a contract extension done with one of their offensive linemen during training camp. Read

That came to pass Tuesday afternoon, but it was a different player than most expected. Read

The Cowboys signed La’el Collins two a two-year contract extension, securing his future with the team through the 2019 season. Collins had been slated for the final year of his three-year contract, which he signed in 2015 as an undrafted free agent. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – The Cowboys officially released Lucky Whitehead on Monday afternoon, hours after learning of reports that the third-year wide receiver was arrested over a month ago. Read

The team officially announced Whitehead’s release as its first training camp practice got underway here in Oxnard. Executive vice president Stephen Jones said the decision resulted from “a culmination of things over a period of time.” Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – Well, that was about as eventful a first day as you could possibly ask for. Read

After just a couple of practices – neither of them in pads – we’ve already had one player released, not to mention several other developments from the practice fields here at the Residence Inn. Read

Here are some notes from Day 1: Read

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ERIC MARAS
PLANO, TX

With the release of Lucky Whitehead for alleged larceny, can anyone please explain how the front office is not setting a double standard? I understand that the other guys (Wilson, Carroll, Elliott) on the team that have recently had off-field issues are bigger parts of the team and therefore harder to let go, but what kind of message does cutting Lucky actually send? Read

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Los Cowboys cortaron lazos con el receptor abierto Lucky Whitehead tras el equipo informarse de un presunto arresto que sucedió en Virginia el mes de junio. Read

Según los reportes, Whitehead fue acusado de robar en una tienda en su estado natal de Virginia y luego recibió una orden de retención tras no presentarse en su audiencia frente al juez el 6 de julio. Read

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The first official practice of training camp was obviously overshadowed by the absence of Lucky Whitehead, who was released by the team minutes before the start of Monday’s afternoon session. Read

While word trickled around the fields to all of the players by the end of practice, some of them were more knowledgeable than others regarding the actual events that led to Lucky’s release. Read

But according to veteran Jason Witten, the message has been sent by the organization. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – Even in Monday’s non-contact walkthrough, there was plenty to start learning about the Cowboys at training camp. Here are nine observations as camp gets underway: Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – Dak Prescott remembers the moment, nearly one year to the day, he took the first step up the depth chart from rookie third-string to the position he’s in now: starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Read

Aug. 3, 2016: Kellen Moore, then Tony Romo’s primary backup, fractured his fibula near the end of practice. Suddenly, Prescott, a fourth-round pick, was next in line. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – The Cowboys went through their first on-field activity of training camp on Monday morning, but they couldn’t quite leave their off-field problems behind them. Read

Word surfaced Monday, just before the Cowboys reported to their morning walkthrough, that Lucky Whitehead was charged with larceny for a shoplifting arrest in his home state of Virginia on June 22. The third-year wide receiver was also charged for failing to appear for a July 6 court date for the misdemeanor. Read

A new court date of Aug. 10 has been issued. Read

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

El entrenador en jefe de los Cowboys, Jason Garrett, dijo que fue informado de una situación reciente que involucró a Lucky Whitehead y que el equipo sigue "recopilando información" sobre el asunto. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – It’s hard to write a notebook before we’ve had a real practice. But with the Cowboys set to start training camp on Monday evening, I thought I would run down a list of tips for the coming month of camp. Read

There’s going to be a lot of news coming out of camp over the next few weeks, and it can be hard to sift through all that information. With that in mind, here are some notes I’d recommend you keep in mind as we near the eventual cut down date, when the Cowboys will trim this roster for the regular season. Read

Here we go: Read

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JEFF GALLO
LAFAYETTE, CO

When building the 53-man roster and a veteran vs. rookie decision has to be made (ex. Brice Butler or Noah Brown), what factors come in to play? Obviously the salary cap ramifications do, but do things like position (ex. a veteran RB should be better in pass protection)? How good the team is now?  Or is it purely who is the better player right now? Read

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Los Cowboys tuvieron su primera conferencia de prensa del campamento de entrenamiento en Oxnard, California el domingo. Read

El dueño y gerente general Jerry Jones, el vicepresidente ejecutivo Stephen Jones, y el entrenador en jefe Jason Garrett hablaron de distintos temas en relación al equipo. Read

Jerry Jones admitió que se siente mejor de lo que pensó sin la presencia de su ex mariscal de campo Tony Romo: Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – It’s telling and entirely unsurprising that, even for a team facing disciplinary issues across its roster, the Cowboys spent the majority of Sunday morning answering questions about Ezekiel Elliott. Read

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OXNARD, Calif. – Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett reiterated Sunday that linebacker Jaylon Smith will start camp on a limited practice schedule as he works his way back from last year’s injury. Read

Smith spent his rookie season rehabbing from a torn ACL and nerve damage with the athletic trainers and the strength and conditioning staff. He practiced every other day during this year’s offseason program. Read

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