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Bobby Carpenter is the Cowboys' lone unsigned

What's up my brothers? I finally made it to Oxnard and checked into my hotel. So what did I miss while I was in the air then battling LA-area traffic?

Looks like everybody is signed except for Bobby Carpenter. From the DFW S-T:

Cowboys rookie wide receiver/return man Skyler Green signed a four-year contract Thursday, his agent Albert Elias said.

The move leaves only first-round draft pick Bobby Carpenter not in the fold.

Green, a fourth-round draft pick out of LSU, will earn base salaries of $275,000, $360,000, $445,000 and $530,000 yearly. He received a $402,000 signing bonus.

The 5-foot-9, 192-pound Green signed before boarding the team's chartered flight to Oxnard, Calif., for training camp. He is expected to make an immediate impact on special teams as a kick and punt returner.

Tight end Anthony Fasano, a second-round pick from Notre Dame, and seventh-round choice E.J. Whitley, an offensive tackle from Texas Tech also agreed to contracts on Thursday.

Matt Mosley is blogging from camp, so that makes two of us! Too bad I don't have press credentials like he does.
Had a nice talk with Skyler Green, who has gone from 212 to 189 pounds since Bill Parcells called him fat three months ago.

Greg Ellis is one unhappy camper.

"I still don't want to be here," Ellis said. "I'm not looking forward to it [training camp]. It's still disappointing to me. I'm going to go and play as hard as I can, but I'm a 4-3 guy and I really don't want to be in a 3-4. I'm trying to take the high road, but it really hasn't worked. It is what it is. It isn't anything against Bill or Jerry, but I don't want to be here."

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