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After missing the first four weeks of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason conditioning program, cornerback Orlando Scandrick has returned to work this week.
The Cowboys have to find a way to get Byron Jones on the field. And they're hopeful it's at safety.
Dallas Cowboys veteran cornerback Brandon Carr is impressed by first-round pick Byron Jones and is looking forward to mentoring him.
As Morris Claiborne has gone about his comeback from a torn patella tendon, he has an example across the locker that he can follow.
When the Cowboys get back to work Monday in their offseason program, cornerback Orlando Scandrick will be on hand for the first time.
Here is a week in review of the major happenings with the Cowboys and their NFC East foes:
The team's top corner has yet to show for the offseason program, but the sides have talked.
Answering questions on running backs, offensive line depth, Sean Lee and more.
With four practices over the last two days, here are some observations:
ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer discusses the team's decision not to pick up CB Morris Claiborne's option.