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Name: Darnell Leslie
Position: DE/OLB
College: Monmouth
Height: 6-2
Weight: 230
Draft: Undrafted in 2017 Read

 
Report: The majority of Leslie’s snaps in college were played in a two-point stance like a linebacker. Read

He showed some stop-start quickness off the ball, and he was able to chase from the backside and make things happen. It’s worth noting that heidn’t drop off against better competition. Read

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ROBERT VASQUEZ
WILMINGTON, CA
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Jason Garrett Starfish Charities will host the 15th Annual PLAY IT SMART Football Camp and Leadership Forum in partnership with the AthLife Foundation on Saturday, May 20 at Garrett’s alma mater Princeton University. Read

During the one-day, free, non-contact football camp, student athletes from schools in New Jersey and New York are coached by Garrett, current and former NFL players and coaches, as well as area high school coaches. The purpose of the day is to inspire the participants to excel and to focus on having college as part of their future plans. Read

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Name: M.J. McFarland
Position: Tight End
College: Texas El-Paso
Height: 6-5
Weight: 253
Draft: Undrafted in 2016; Spent time with Philadelphia and the New York Jets Read

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FRISCO, Texas – When rookie cornerback Marquez White showed up to the first day of rookie minicamp, he says the coaches told him and the other rookies not to think about where they were drafted, that they wo Read

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(Editor’s Note: The start of the 2017 season is still a few months away, but it’s never too early to prepare. The Cowboys face a daunting schedule this year, highlighted by the AFC West and NFC West, as well as their traditional rivalries in the NFC East. Over the next two weeks, Bryan Broaddus will preview what to expect from all 13 of their upcoming opponents. The series starts with Week 1 and the New York Giants). Read

Opponent: New York Giants Read

Series Record: Dallas leads, 62-45-2 Read

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Los Cowboys han hecho varios movimientos en su lista tras haber concluido su minicampamento de novato el fin de semana pasado. Read

Entre esos movimientos se encuentra la contratación del liniero ofensivo Dan Skipper. Este agente libre no reclutado fue titular por cuatro años en la universidad de Arkansas. Read

Skipper llegó a Dallas con algunos problemas de salud, pero tuvo la oportunidad de participar en las prácticas del minicampamento de novato tras haber pasado los exámenes físicos del equipo. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Three days after participating in rookie minicamp as a weekend workout, undrafted offensive lineman Dan Skipper has signed with the Cowboys. Read

Skipper, a four-year starter at Arkansas, was expected to sign prior to rookie camp, but the Cowboys went for further tests of his bloodwork following a physical last week. He was cleared to practice and eventually got signed. Read

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ERIC BAILON
PHARR, TX

Based on the tape and scouting reports, Jahad Thomas seems like he can develop into a role player in this offense. Do you believe he can become the second back behind Elliott and/or a third down back? Read

Bryan: He's not a great blocker and he doesn't have much long speed. I think he can learn to become a better blocker. Like the way he catches the ball so that's a plus. Would have to have a really productive preseason to make them get rid of McFadden.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Already established as a versatile multi-purpose venue, Ford Center at The Star in Frisco is now home to a major college basketball event: The 2018 and 2019 Conference USA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships. Read

The event is in partnership with the University of North Texas, the Dallas Cowboys and Visit Frisco. Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star will be the presenting sponsor of the 2018 Conference USA Basketball Championships scheduled for March 7-10, C-USA announced. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys made some roster moves on Tuesday and could possibly have a few more in the near future. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It sounds strange on the surface, but Jahad Thomas genuinely wanted to come here. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Travis Frederick is used to blocking at the second level. Read

In 2017 he’s planning to take his foundation, Blocking Out Hunger, to the next level, as well. Read

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(Editor’s Note: The NFL Draft has come and gone. Now it’s time to see what the Cowboys have to work with. The roster is nearly full and that should mean a healthy dose of competition – at all positions. The writers of DallasCowboys.com are focusing on each position to find the most intriguing battles as we head into the offseason practices. Today, we continue the series with tight end.) Read

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Rico Gathers might’ve just wrapped up his second rookie minicamp on the football field but he’s still got skills on the basketball court. Read

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JEFF FREDERICKSON
BENNINGTON, NE
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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

Irving Bernal
Toluca, México
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Todas las preocupaciones se centran en mejorar la defensiva, pues la línea ofensiva ha mantenido su nivel hasta ahora. ¿Qué opinan acerca de los cambios que se vienen con el retiro de Doug Free, podrán mantenerse como hasta ahora? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – What’s the best way to describe Rico Gathers’ rookie minicamp a year ago? Read

Let the Cowboys’ tight end explain himself. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – On the field, there’s a boatload of work to do before the Cowboys head to training camp. Rookie minicamp is out of the way, but this team is still preparing for nine days of OTA practices, not to mention a three-day veteran minicamp. Read

Off the field, though, it’s remarkable how well the Cowboys have handled their business to this point. The retirements of Doug Free and Tony Romo have answered two of the biggest book keeping questions of the offseason, and the front office has already signed eight of its nine draft picks. Read

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HABIB AMINE
CASABLANCA, MORACCO

If Colin Kaepernick accepts to be paid as a backup QB, do you think he would be a good fit for the Cowboys? My fear is if Dak gets hurt and with the current QB backup situation we might as well say goodbye to playoffs. What do you think? Read

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