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Cowboys training camp practice number six updates: Several defensive players impress, Tyron Smith still out

The latest updates from the Cowboys most recent practice.

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The Dallas Cowboys ran through day six of their official training camp practices today. They are moving slowly towards that opening game against the Los Angeles Rams. Let’s check out the action for today.

For a nice overall view of today’s activities:

Daryl Worley is a guy we shouldn’t forget about. He has plenty of experience in the league and has started plenty of games. The Tyler Biadasz mention is exciting for those looking at him as the long-term solution in the middle

The Cowboys have been trying to work around injuries at offensive tackle. It’s good to see that the injured tackles were at least attending practice even if they did not participate.

It seems the Cowboys are concerned about La’el Collins’ conditioning and are taking it slow with bringing him back to practice.

In other injury news, Jourdan Lewis is still out.

A little under the radar, Jaylon Smith is impressing so far.

The flip side of that play is the fact that Tony Pollard is being utilized in the passing game in the red zone.

Some of the backup running backs saw more action today.

Never forget about special teams. C.J. Goodwin just may fight his way onto the roster based on his skill in that phase of the game.

The Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, finally made an appearance at camp.

This is how you like to end a practice!