Anthony Spencer: DeMarcus Ware might be better than ever for Cowboys - C. Mendez, Star-Telegram
It looks like Ware has taken well to the coaching he is getting from defensive line coach Rod Marinelli. Plus he's healthy.
"D-Ware’s already a great player, no doubt," said Anthony Spencer. "But just working on those little things and getting sharper - just imagine D-Ware becoming a better player than he already is."
"And I believe that’s going to happen."
Jerry Jones lets two fans try on his Super Bowl ring, no international incident occurs - Shutdown Corner
See, there's a right way and a wrong way to do this, Mr. Kraft.
Kyle Wilber moves up to first-team - Calvin Watkins, ESPN Dallas
Anthony Spencer is out with a bone bruise on his knee, and Kyle Wilber moved over to take his spot:
"Wilber moved from outside linebacker to end in the offseason and bulked up to prepare for the role. If you attend practice on Monday afternoon, watch Wilber go up against the tackles and see how he reacts when balls are thrown out of the backfield. "
No Rotation So Far At Right Tackle Position - B. Broaddus, DallasCowboys.com
One practice in, Free played exclusively with the first team, while Parnell played with the second. Interestingly, Travis Frederick also has been playing for two units, taking snaps at center with the firs team and playing guard with the "young team".
More Balanced Attack An Early Focus For Garrett In Camp - R. Kavner, DallasCowboys.com
The Cowboys are playing wihout a fullback for the first time in a long time, instead focusing on the two tight-end set. DeMarco Murray argues that it may actually be easier to run out of a one-back set at times, as defenses may not bring in extra defenders to the line quite as often.
"It’s a little different, but it’s something I’m definitely looking forward to," he said. "I love running out of different personnel. Vick was a great fullback and I wish him the best. It was a tough deal, but this is definitely something I look forward to."
New York Jets Tryout Plethora of Terrible Veterans - Gang Green Nation
This is a big reason why the Cowboys say that Tyrone Crawford's replacement is already on the roster. It is also an example of why it's important to pay attention in school when they talk about the difference between verbs and nouns.
Undrafted rookie Rogers catches Garrett’s eye - Tom Orsborn, mySA.com
6-foot-3, 210-pound WR Eric Rogers got some attention from Garrett after a good first day of practice: "Eric did a good job in the offseason," coach Jason Garrett said.
"He was one of those players that got better before your eyes. It’s really a tribute to the kind of young man he is. He works hard at it. It’s important to him. He’s a big, long guy, he’s got good ball skills. He showed us that in the spring and hopefully he can show that in training camp."
Terrance Williams: I don’t think No. 3 WR spot is mine right now - J. Machota, DMN
"Respectful, brief, boring and humble" is how Garrett wants his players to be in interviews. Williams took that to heart when asked about whether he thinks the No. 3 spot is his:
"No," he said. "I just got to continue to focus on this playbook and continue playing with confidence. If it pans out that way, then it pans out that way. I’m not looking to that."
Cowboys expect to get three offensive guards back on field by end of week - R. Sabin, DMN
Mackenzy Bernadeau, Nate Livings, and Ron Leary should be cleared to practice by the end of the week, notes Rainer Sabin.
Anthony Spencer has knee bruise, 'possibility' he needs surgery - Watkins & Archer, ESPN Dallas
Anthony Spencer said yesterday that there's a possibility he may need surgery to repair his left knee. "Spencer said if he undergoes surgery he will be out from two-to-three weeks. Team officials are still monitoring Spencer's health and haven't made a final determination regarding surgery."
James Hanna hopes to be back later this week - C. Williams, Star-Telegram
Charean Williams writes that James Hanna said he last had a hamstring injury when he ran track in high school, and that he hopes to be back by the end of the week.
And the award for dumbest question in a football press conference goes to ... - NFL.com
On Monday, Mac Engel of the Star-Telegram asked Garrett if he thought he was boring. Seriously.
Sources: Dallas Cowboys in final stages of negotiations to move practice facility from Valley Rance to Frisco - D. Moore, DMN
Moore suggests it's a question of when, not if, the Cowboys leave Valley Ranch, with preliminary indications being that the Cowboys will move for the start of the 2016 season.