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FRISCO, Texas – Just like that, we’re all done. Read

Thursday capped off the Cowboys’ third practice of this week, their 12th overall practice of the spring and their final day of the offseason program. Maybe I’m biased because it was the final day, but I thought this was one of the most fascinating and competitive practices we’ve seen this year. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – A smile formed on Jason Garrett’s face when asked about his longest-tenured player, tight end Jason Witten, and one of his young leaders on defense, safety Byron Jones, exchanging shoves after a play in team drills Thursday. Read

It was only minicamp practice, the Cowboys’ final team workout for five weeks until their first training camp practice that’s scheduled for July 24. But coaches always want to see their players compete – and a little jawing between Witten and Jones showed Garrett his team wants to win every single play, even in mid-June. Read

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Los Cowboys dieron por terminada la temporada baja tras finalizar su minicampamento obligatorio el jueves en The Star. Read

La energía del equipo estaba por lo alto. Quizás se deba a que fue la última práctica antes del campamento de entrenamiento, pero los jugadores jugaron al cien por ciento. Read

Uno de los jugadores que más llamó la atención en esta última práctica fue el ahora veterano de tres años, Byron Jones, mientras se enfrentaba contra Jason Witten. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It’s strange to think that, as slowly and surely as the Cowboys have built to this point, it’s all ending just as abruptly. Read

The Cowboys held their final day of minicamp on Thursday, culminating nine weeks of workouts, practices and meetings. For many of their players, it’s been an even longer road, going back as far as February and March for players-only workouts. Read

Starting Thursday afternoon, though, the true offseason begins, as the Cowboys begin a five-week break before reporting to training camp in late July. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys have finally wrapped up their last practice of the offseason, completing a three-day minicamp on Thursday. Read

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Up next for the Cowboys is training camp, which begins in Oxnard, Calif. on July 24.   Read

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After Thursday’s practice, the players and coaches met with the media, answering questions on a variety of topics. Here are different quotes from the locker room session on Thursday: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – When Dak Prescott was thrown into the starting quarterback role last preseason after an injury to Tony Romo, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan made it work. The Cowboys tinkered the offense a bit to fit a rookie quarterback while making sure not to overwhelm a player who had a limited number of practice reps under his belt. Read

This offseason, the offense is centered around Prescott’s strengths, and Linehan is making sure the second-year player is taking advantage of all the practice time dedicated to him. Read

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SPENSER CRUZ
COLUMBIA, MD

I'm a fairly young fan and I never really knew just how powerful Larry Allen was. Seeing that famous bench press, it got me thinking: Who's the strongest guy on team? La’el Collins? Read

Bryan: My understanding is Stephen Paea, Jonathan Cooper and Tyron Smith all have impressive bench press numbers on the squad.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The temperature continues to rise on the practice fields at The Star, and the competition is escalating along with it. Read

Wednesday marked the second-to-last day of this Cowboys’ minicamp, as things wrap up on Thursday morning. It’s been fun to see the back-and-forth between offense and defense at these practices, and there was plenty of it this afternoon. Read

Here were some standout performances, as well as few other notes from Thursday’s minicamp practice: Read

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Los Cowboys son conocidos por tener una de las líneas ofensivas más élite entre los equipos de la NFL, pero podrían verse afectados esta temporada. Read

Fuera de las necesidades defensivas, Dallas enfrenta un nuevo problema debido a un par de cambios significativos que podrían afectar la dinámica completa de esta gran línea. Read

Se sabe que en éste deporte la clave del éxito es el trabajo en equipo. Los Cowboys tienen una dinámica que es de envidar, pero los nuevos ajustes en la línea ofensiva podrían desestabilizar su ritmo de juego. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Cole Beasley led the Cowboys in receiving last season for the first time in his five-year career, but a lingering hamstring injury has kept him from continuing his on-field rapport with quarterback Dak Prescott in OTA’s and minicamp. Read

Beasley has sat out these offseason practices as a precaution because he’s still dealing with hamstring tendinitis that surfaced around Week 10 last season. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys are down to just one minicamp practice for the rest of the offseason after completing another here at The Star on Tuesday. Read

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After practice, the players and coaches met with the media, answering questions on a variety of topics. Here are different quotes from the locker room session on Wednesday: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys made clear on draft weekend that Orlando Scandrick wasn’t going anywhere. They strongly refuted rumors that the veteran cornerback was on the trade block. Read

That’s good, because Scandrick doesn’t want to be anywhere else – and he’s looking forward to playing at the level he’d grown accustomed to before he tore the ACL and MCL in his right knee two Augusts ago. Read

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LESLIE BASCO
HOUSTON, TX

Granted L.P. Ladouceur has be an absolute rock as a long snapper. I've seen teams lose because of botched snaps. So, I'm not necessarily pushing for a change, but how hard is it to long snap? Given the importance of maximizing the roster and the idea of position flex for DL, OL, and DBs, why isn't there talk about position flex at long snapper? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – This will be a fun three days to determine how much this team has developed in the past two months. Read

These are our final three practices until training camp, so this will serve as a lasting impression until we see the pads come on. Considering all of that, it was fun to get out there and see how this offense and defense went at each other to start the week off. Read

Here are some notes and observations from the practice fields here at The Star: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The grind of training camp is still a month off, but the Cowboys’ goal is for this week’s minicamp is to forecast the regular season a bit. Read

The tempo of practice will be the same, and the workload will be similar for these three days of mandatory practice. But Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Tuesday he wants this week to feel like the regular season – when the team goes through three days of specified work at the tail end of the week. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones says he decided within the last week who will present him at his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday, Aug. 5 in Canton, Ohio. Read

He isn’t ready divulge the name just yet. Read

“I have decided that. It has been very well-received by everybody that I’m close to, family or otherwise,” Jones said Monday. “We’ll make a little special time for that (announcement).” Read

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Échale un vistazo a la galería de fotos del primer día de prácticas del minicampamento de los Cowboys en The Star en Frisco, Texas. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The last week of the Cowboys’ offseason program got underway on Tuesday, as the team held its first day of minicamp. Read

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These three days of practice are the first and only mandatory portion of the offseason program, though they will look similar to OTAs. The Cowboys have had a sparkling attendance record throughout the spring, and that continued into this week. Read

Here are some quotes and reactions from the practice fields and the locker room at The Star: Read

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Los Cowboys iniciaron su minicampamento obligatorio el martes y, entre tantos jugadores, el profundo Jeff Heath fue el más destacado de todos. Read

La partida del co-capitán defensivo Barry Church y su suplente J.J. Wilcox dejó la posición de profundo completamente abierta, un área que los Cowboys trataron de reforzar a través del draft 2017. Read

En estos momentos los profundos disponibles son los siguientes: Byron Jones, Jeff Heath, Kavon Frazier, Xavier Woods, Blanton Robert y Jameill Showers. Read

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