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Cowboys training camp practice number 12 updates: Trysten Hill continues his good work

Here’s what happened at the Cowboys practice on Monday.

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The Dallas Cowboys held what is traditionally known as their annual blue and white scrimmage on Sunday, although few details emerged from what happened. Training camp to this point has been very unlike anything we’ve ever seen before as the team navigates life in the new normal created by Covid-19.

Monday marked the 12th practice of camp so far for the Cowboys, and it appears that this could be the last one that we get information from potentially until the regular season begins. Here’s what we’ve gathered.


This might be the last practice with updates for a while

Apparently Monday was the last practice that the local media was allowed to attend. With the regular season beginning in less than two weeks, we could be looking at a bit of a dry spell information-wise.

Onward.

There is a slight concern about Amari Cooper

The Dallas Cowboys have one of the best wide receiver groups in the NFL. While there is no game this weekend, it should be noted that they are taking things lightly with the highest-paid player in the group, Amari Cooper.

It sounds like there is nothing to really fret over, but it is obviously a situation worth monitoring.

Michael Gallup is amazing, though

Lather, rinse, repeat.

That is quite the list of comparisons.

There were several absences in the secondary

We have known that Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis, and Xavier Woods are all each dealing with something. All of them were held out on Monday.

Tony Pollard is looking nice

It will be fascinating to see how the Cowboys utilize both Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard. We have seen a lot of the former, but the latter is now ready.

The Cowboys are finding ways to utilize Pollard so far.

Crowd noise is still a thing

Mike McCarthy seems keen on practicing the way the Cowboys are going to play. That includes artificial crowd noise in 2020.

Nice to see Trysten Hill’s name there, too.