Been told "OTA Live" is back on DallasCowboys.com for this Tuesday at 12pm. We will once again give you a LIVE look from the field.— Bryan Broaddus(@BryanBroaddus) June 3, 2013
NFL's Dumbest Teams: Chip Kelly Must Re-Educate Philadelphia Eagles - ColdHardFootballFacts.com
There you have it, it's a cold, hard football fact: The Eagles are "the dumbest team in football."
Broaddus Predicts Breakthrough Players - DallasCowboys.com
Broaddus likes Lance Dunbar and James Hanna on offense, Matt Johnson on defense and likes what he's seen from DeVonte Holloman on special teams so far.
Cowboys receivers getting used to new coach - Calvin Watkins, ESPN Dallas
Looks like new wide receivers coach is putting a lot of emphasis on technique, according to Dwayne Harris. Calvin Watkins writes that Harris didn't see former WR coach Jimmy Robinson as much of a technician as new WR coach Derek Dooley.
"A lot different," Harris said. "Jimmy was more of a receivers coach. Dooley is more of a technician. He wants us to get our routes (down), I think Robinson was a different type of coach. It wasn’t about technique with him, just play football."
More emphasis on technique? That's got to be a good thing.
Dez Bryant vs. Demaryius Thomas: Which WR shines brighter? - NFL.com
Will the Dallas Cowboys' Dez Bryant or the Denver Broncos' Demaryius Thomas go down as the crown jewel of the 2010 NFL Draft class? Bucky Brooks thinks Dez Bryant is the better overall player:
"He is a dominant playmaker with all of the tools that scouts covet in a No. 1 receiver. Now, he still needs to take his game to another level, but he has started to show signs of being a transcendent superstar. I think he'll emerge as a top-five player this season. "
Roster Moves: Cowboys sign TE Dante Rosario, release TE Paul Freedman - David Helman, DallasCowboys.com
The Cowboys signed former Panthers TE Dante Rosario and releases rookie TE Paul Freedman. Rosario spent four years with the Panthers, before stints in Miami, Denver and San Diego.
Is this the year Cowboys guard David Arkin finally sees the field in the regular season? - Rainer Sabin, DMN
With Mackenzy Bernadeau out with an injury, David Arkin has been getting first-team snaps at right guard in OTAs. According to Coach Callahan, looks like he can take the next step in his career.
"I am very hopeful for Dave’s sake," Callahan said. "He’s put two hard years in of good work and there’s been a lot of progress made in the weight room. His numbers, what he’s done, how he’s tested this off-season, those numbers have been elevated. I am really proud of what he’s accomplished there and now [it’s about] translating more of it to the field."