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Cowboys Camp: Rookie CB Kelvin Joseph Winning Starting Job?

The Dallas Cowboys selected cornerback Kelvin Joseph in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft with the hope that he might become a rookie standout, just as his predecessor, 2020 second-round draft pick Trevon Diggs was. So far at training camp in Oxnard?. "Yeah, (Joseph) is kicking butt," COO...
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Cowboys Injury Update: Gallup Returns To Practice After Fence-Flip Scare

The Dallas Cowboys struggled through a brutally disappointing season in 2020, which clouded the sparkling rookie campaign of wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. Fueling the team's failure was star quarterback Dak Prescott missing a big part of the season due to a gruesome ankle injury. Not having him on the field also negatively impacted Lamb's production.
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Dak Missing Games? Cowboys QB Offers Injury Update

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is on the sidelines following a shoulder injury this week, but he also finds himself on a much more desirable list: Top 10 Madden-Rated Receivers. On the football side of things: the team is telling us that Prescott has a latissimus strain and he is...
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Cowboys Linked to Xavien Howard Trade by ESPN; Team Sources Respond

OXNARD, Calif. - The Dallas Cowboys have long-recognized the need to invest in their cornerback room. Does that mean, regarding a trade for disgruntled Miami Dolphins standout corner Xavien Howard, that it's being worked on?. ESPN seems to think so. Two team sources tell us ESPN is wrong. From Bristol:on...
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Cowboys Camp: Week 1 Winners and Losers

The first week of Dallas Cowboys training camp is in the books and this team is already quite different than the one we saw at the beginning of camp. Dak Prescott made his long-awaited return following a season-ending ankle injury in 2020, but followed that up with a latissimus strain that should hold him out here for a little bit.
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Dallas Cowboys Podcast: Over/Under Predictions For 2021

The Dallas Cowboys' first preseason game with the Pittsburgh Steelers is just days away, as the two teams will match up in the 2021 Hall of Fame game on August 5. So, we’re closing in on prediction time!. Welcome to the Daily Blitz by DSP Media in partnership with CowboysSI.com.
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Pro Football Hall-of-Fame Week: Three Cowboys, Two Classes

The old "Cowboys bias" theory long floated about the Pro Football Hall of Fame is officially buried, further put to rest by next week's enshrinement of three more Dallas legends. But how do the folks in Canton, Ohio plan to cram two classes into one weekend?. With a "home delivery"...
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Cowboys Camp: Injuries On Offense Put Team Behind 8-Ball

After Dak Prescott's season ended in Week 5 last year following a brutal ankle injury, the Dallas Cowboys season effectively ended as well. Prescott was putting up some of the best numbers of his career and put the Cowboys on his back to will its way to wins in the first month of the year.
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Dak Cowboys Injury Update: 'Mock Games' & NFL Preseason Plan

OXNARD, Calif. - Amid reports that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott might "miss weeks'' of time after having departed Wednesday’s practice with tightness in his right shoulder, head coach Mike McCarthy on Thursday offered clarification that should lessen concern. "It's minor. I saw him (this morning)," McCarthy said to 105.3...
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New Cowboys DB Malik Hooker: 'I've Got Nothing To Prove'

OXNARD, Calif. - Malik Hooker's mouth and maybe his head says, "I really don’t got nothing to prove.''. Malik Hooker's body - and body of work - says something else entirely. Hooker was in his Dallas Cowboys uniform on Wednesday here at training camp in Oxnard, looking to rebuild a...
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Dak Injury: Cowboys Need QB Foles or Bortles - Now

OXNARD, Calif. - The Dallas Cowboys insist they have no unusual reason to have trepidation about the 2021 health of QB Dak Prescott - even after he trotted off the training camp field on Wednesday with a shoulder ailment that will sideline him for a time. Amid gossip that he...
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Cowboys' QB Dak Prescott Injury Timeline: A Day? Or A Few Weeks?

Exhale, everybody. Dak says there's no danger. After causing temporary panic in the Dallas Cowboys' fandom and front office by leaving practice Wednesday afternoon in Oxnard, franchise quarterback Dak Prescott told a slew of Dallas-Fort Worth TV outlets last night that the injury to his right (throwing) shoulder is only tightness that has him day-to-day at training camp.
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Cowboys Camp: Dak vs. Defense: Guess Who's Winning?

The Dallas Cowboys defense vs. the offense? Fans are surely feeling far more skeptical about the former. But this week's practices in Oxnard might have fans feeling a little bit different. In particular, the secondary stood out and gave fans reason to celebrate. The secondary had a lot of turnover...
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BREAKING: Cowboys Reveal Why QB Dak Prescott Leaves Camp Practice With Injury

It didn't take long for Dak Prescott's health to become an emergency issue at Dallas Cowboys' training camp. Midway through Wednesday's first padded practice in Oxnard, the star quarterback stopped throwing with the first unit, briefly talked with head coach Mike McCarthy and the team's training staff, and then jogged off the field into the locker room to be examined by doctors.
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Madden 22 Rankings: Is Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott Still a Top 10 RB?

Last season was forgettable for Ezekiel Elliott. Career-lows in rushing yards (979) and touchdowns (8), exacerbated by a career-high in fumbles (6). But might 2020 also be motivating for the Dallas Cowboys' star running back?. If lingering memories of those (relatively) awful statistics didn't push him to work harder and...
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Cowboys Camp: Can Rookie CB Kelvin Joseph Lead 'No-Fly Zone'?

OXNARD, Calif. - It is not very often that one of the worst pass defenses in a franchise's history decides to give itself a nickname. But cornerback Kelvin Joseph is a rapper, so he probably has a knack for phrasing. And Joseph is a rookie, so the 2020 Dallas Cowboys were not his fault.