Dallas Cowboys: Eric Stephens

OTA observations: Good run by WRs

June, 5, 2013
6/05/13
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IRVING, Texas -- The final organized team activity open to the media came and went Tuesday with Jerry Jones kicking off a storm that led to an awkward announcement of Bill Callahan as playcaller, but there was more to the day than just that.

Here are some observations from the practice.

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  • In three straight goal-line plays in one-on-one drills, Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Dwayne Harris came up with touchdowns on Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne and Sterling Moore. Bryant’s touchdown was the best of the lot, with him leaping high to pluck a Kyle Orton throw over Carr, who was in terrific position. Williams beat Claiborne on a slant. Harris cradled an Orton pass that was just out of Moore’s reach with his left hand while keeping his feet in bounds.

  • With Jay Ratliff sitting out and Robert Callaway done for the year because of knee surgery, Nick Hayden was the starting 3-technique Tuesday. Hayden signed with the Cowboys after last season, and has played for Carolina and Cincinnati.

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