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Dallas Cowboys OTAs update: Dak Prescott is back at practice, Tyron Smith and La’el Collins, too

Things were back in action at The Star.

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The Dallas Cowboys began offseason OTAs this week. It has been a long time since we have seen this team together on a field and an even longer time since we have seen them play at a competitive level.

Keep in mind that these are offseason OTAs that we are talking about which means you should reserve just how much stock you want to put in them. These are a few practices in late May and things will change a lot even throughout training camp in a few months.

Nevertheless the Cowboys doing anything is exciting and we have corralled some updates for you on what took place at The Star.


Dak Prescott is in fact back.

It was predictable that Prescott would be partly limited once things got going. Seeing him doing anything though is obviously something that feels very hopeful.

By the way, some other faces were on hand on Tuesday. Tyron Smith and La’el Collins!

Getting Prescott back is obviously going to be a big deal for this offense, but an almost as important impact will be felt by having the tackle positions shored up.

On the other side of the coin, Blake Jarwin was not quite ready to go on Tuesday.

Amari Cooper was also someone who did not get involved.

As you can see by the tweet, Ezekiel Elliott was absent on Tuesday.

Getting back to optimism, things look very promising for Damontae Kazee. This is great news.

The team’s first-round pick in Micah Parsons was also on hand.

Keep in mind that starters are not official at this time of year, but this is a good look at who might start at cornerback.

Football is back! Kind of.