George Iloka enters training camp with more experience than any other Cowboys safety, but will that be enough to earn him a significant role?
The Cowboys’ offensive line room is stacked, but Brandon Knight’s positional flexibility could give him a leg up as he bids to earn a roster spot.
Donovan Wilson has a lot of competition in front of him, but it’s clear why the Cowboys drafted the rookie safety in the sixth round.
Receiver Randall Cobb’s potential threat in this offense is one that can’t be ignored.
Daniel Wise is the third member of his family to reach the NFL, and the Dallas-area native is looking to stick around in the Cowboys’ defensive line rotation.
The Cowboys made it a priority to draft a pass-rushing defensive tackle early in the draft. But they might have found yet another one in rookie free agent Ricky Walker.
Devin Smith joins a deep wide receiver group, but has overcome an uphill battle and hopes to compete at training camp.
Draft prospects come from schools of all sizes. One of the Cowboys’ small school finds in 2019 is Derrick Puni, who arrived in Dallas after an All-American career at Central Missouri.
While some players can use the offseason to shine, pass-rushers such as Joe Jackson need the pads to come on to truly showcase their talents. And the rookie from Miami can’t wait for the opportunity.
Jon’Vea Johnson might have gone undrafted out of Toledo, but there are plenty of reasons to be intrigued by the rookie wide receiver heading into training camp.
Christian Covington’s Hall-of-Fame father taught him everything he knows about football. Now he’s looking to make an impact on the Cowboys’ defensive line.
The Cowboys might have the top of the receiver position solidified, but the last few spots are up for grabs. And a player like Reggie Davis, with his top-end speed, could factor into the equation.
Undrafted free agent signee Andrew Dowell is banking on physical attributes to get him noticed at training camp.
The Cowboys have often drafted players in the second round knowing they won’t be ready to play right away. But that is not the case for Trysten Hill. In fact, they are hoping he makes an immediate impact.
The Cowboys have found draft steals on defense in recent drafts. Could seventh-round pick Jalen Jelks be next in line?
Born and raised in Memphis, Tony Pollard drew national attention finding end zones all 2018 long in college football. He hopes to do the same at training camp.
For a second consecutive year, the Cowboys signed an undrafted linebacker out of Northwestern. What is Nate Hall’s best bet to make this roster?
Before the AAF folded, the Cowboys had their eyes on a defensive playmaker. Shakir Soto joined the team in the offseason and knows he has an uphill climb to stick around.
The Cowboys might have plenty of star power at the top of the linebacker position, but a player such as Luke Gifford could play his way into the mix, especially if he can shine in other areas.
Mitch Hyatt landed in Dallas as one of the most decorated undrafted free agents in recent memory. What is the offensive tackle’s best path toward earning an NFL roster spot?
Larry Allen Jr. is well-aware of his father’s Hall of Fame legacy, but he’s got his own set of goals this summer as he prepares for his rookie training camp.
How did Codey McElroy get here? It’s not your typical NFL story, but now the 26-year-old is focused solely on learning and succeeding at tight end.
Undrafted rookie Chris Westry may find a way to compete during training camp based on his physical abilities alone. Read more in today’s Role Call!
The Cowboys added a top-tier talent to their offensive line room by drafting Connor McGovern. How they intend to use him is the question everyone wants answered.
The Cowboys have plenty of new faces on the roster, but one of the veteran pass-rushers flying under the radar might actually have a shot to make an impact, especially since he’s “feeling at home” with his position.
In searching for a well-rounded backup to Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys went back to the well at Ohio State for Mike Weber.
Wide receiver Jalen Guyton has an interesting resume he brings to the Cowboys. Take a closer look at this speedy, eye-catching offseason addition.
How will Robert Quinn help the defense? More ways than you might think. With training camp around the corner, we’re taking a closer look at the Cowboys’ offseason additions.