Cowboys Notebook

Stephen McGee received the bulk of the snaps during Wednesday's morning practice.

  • Cowboys defensive end Stephen Bowen didn't get the same morning off as most of the veterans. The fifth-year pro had to practice with most of the young guys just because of the lack of numbers on the defensive line. "We talked to him about that and he understands," head coach Wade Phillips said. * Former Cowboys fullback Daryl "Moose" Johnston will join the NFL Network as a studio analyst, to go along with his Fox Sports broadcast duties. Johnston has been part of the No. 2 team on Fox, working alongside Dick Stockton. Now, he joins a group of analysts that includes former NFL players such as Warren Sapp, Rod Woodson, Jamie Dukes, Marshall Faulk and Trent Green. * Miles Austin again wore the No. 2 jersey for practice, something he has done in the past. In fact, his most recent Sports Illustrated cover had Austin wearing the jersey. He has said it's in honor of Derek Jeter, the captain of the Yankees, Austin's favorite baseball team.
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