Play of the Day: Pick by Cletis Gordon

August, 14, 2010
8/14/10
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OXNARD, Calif. -- One play summed up the training camps so far of two players fighting for roles.

Cornerback Cletis Gordon was in the right place. Kevin Ogletree was not.

The result was an easy interception for Gordon, who practiced for the first time since straining his neck in the Hall of Fame game. It was unofficially his eighth pick of camp.

Ogletree broke his route outside. Tony Romo threw the ball inside.

When a veteran quarterback and second-year receiver aren’t on the same page, it’s usually safe to assume the route runner is at fault. It was another misstep for a talented receiver whose position coach said earlier in the day that he has hit a plateau.

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