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Mincey ends holdout, could face fines

After ending a brief absence, Cowboys DE Jeremy Mincey will ease into today’s practice. He led the Cowboys in sacks last year and could now pay up to $30,000 in fines. Mincey is scheduled to make $1.5M this season. Story

Dallas' Lee working back from torn ACL

Cowboys LB Sean Lee was limited in his first work in pads since Dec. 2013, but that was part of plan. “Everything is fine,” Lee said. “I’m just trusting the trainers. They’ve got a progression plan for me that is working from Day 1 and that’s what I’m going to continue to do. But I think being in pads for the first time in a long time, they just want to progress me a certain way and it’ll be good.” (via Todd Archer)

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'All good' with Tony Romo's eye

Tony Romo has some slight bruising under his left eye after having a sty removed on Friday but after Saturday's practice Romo said he's good.

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Tony Romo expected to practice today

Tony Romo missed earlier camp activities after receiving treatment for a sty below his left eye.

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Tony Romo out of today's practice

The Cowboys QB only took part in the walkthrough as he had a sty below his left eye treated today. He will be re-evaluated for tomorrow, the Cowboys' first padded practice.

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Jackson ringing Cowboys' doorbell

Steven Jackson used a not-so-subtle tweet to suggest he could be what the Cowboys need at running back. Does the 32-year-old have anything left in the tank? NFL rumors roundup

Witten: 'Silly to talk about' Super Bowl goal

Cowboys TE Jason Witten when asked about the team's goal: “It’s the championship, yeah. Winning the Super Bowl, right? There’s 31 other teams that have the same goal, too. ... Everybody has the same expectations, but it would be foolish for me being a 13-year veteran talking about playing in the Super Bowl."

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Crawford quietly hounding O-lines

You may not know him, but Tyrone Crawford has grabbed the attention of opposing offenses. Just 25 years old and under the tutelage of D-lineman whisperer Rod Marinelli, Crawford may only get better. Grantland: Sleeper pass-rushers

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Who will replace Murray's production?

Even with the best offensive line in football, replacing DeMarco Murray's production won't be an easy task for Dallas' running backs. Joseph Randle is a safer bet for fantasy owners on draft day than Darren McFadden. Running back tiers (Insider)


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