Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: OTAs Kick Off Today

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In our roundup of the latest news about the Dallas Cowboys, we look at what Morris Claiborne thinks about the new defensive scheme, read up on which teams were hit with PED suspensions recently, and look ahead to the start of OTAs today.

Morris Claiborne: Dallas Cowboys' new defensive scheme 'not what everybody thinks it is' - DMN
Claiborne explains how the new Cowboys defense isn't simply a base Cover-2 scheme:

"I think it’s going to be good. It’s not quite what everybody thinks it is – a true Cover 2. We mix in a lot of different things and we play a lot of man-to-man as well, so it’s not what everybody thinks it is [where] we’re just going to be sitting back playing Cover 2 the whole game. So I think it’s going to fit in with the personnel that we have with the team and the guys we have on the team. I think it’s going to work out."

Eight questions for today's Cowboys at OTAs - Mike Fisher
It's rare these days to find an article like this that isn't presented as a click-hogging slideshow. Fisher presents eight different issues to keep an eye on during the OTAs starting today.

Cowboys one of only 10 NFL teams without a PED suspension in the last four years - ESPN NFC West blog
The Seattle Seahawks lead the NFL in suspensions for performance-enhancing drugs since Pete Carroll became coach in 2010, research by ESPN Stats & Information shows, while the Bills, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Eagles, 49ers, Jaguars, Jets, Lions and Raiders are the only team without a PED suspension during that time.

Analyst: Dallas Cowboys 'just love' energy of new coaches Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli - DMN
"Analyst" Mickey Spagnola talked to 105.3 The Fan on how the players reacted in rookie minicamp to the new coaches.

Veteran Cowboys Express Excitement About Draft Additions - DC.com
DeMarco Murray, Dez Bryant and Sean Lissemore have some nice words about Joseph Randle, Terrance Williams and B.W. Webb.

Jared Green ready to embrace the Dallas Cowboy way - ESPN Dallas
Todd Archer with a nice writeup on Jared Green, son of Redskins Hall of Famer Darrell Green, who hopes to land a roster spot with the Cowboys. Green, who joind the Cowboys in January after a year on the Panthers' practice squad, stood out at the recent Cowboys' rookie minicamp. Look for him in the OTAs starting today.

JJ Wilcox Draft Profile - Bob Sturm
Bob Sturm continues his series of draft profiles with J.J. Wilcox, whom he expects to be a big contributor on special teams as he gets groomed to become a starter down the road.

After injury-riddled rookie year, Danny Coale hoping for health in second NFL season - The Virginian Pilot
Interesting read on Danny Coale's status. Coale never missed a games in his four seasons at Virginia Tech, playing 55 in a row, but missed his entire first year with the Cowboys due to different injuries.

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