Jeremy Mincey is meeting with Executive Vice President Stephen Jones at Dallas' training camp complex in hopes of ending a brief holdout.
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)
Practicing for the first time in pads since tearing his patellar tendon on Sept. 28, 2014, Morris Claiborne made a diving interception of a Tony Romo.
With their eyes on the regular season, the Cowboys are smartly working some regulars coming off injury or inactivity to the flow of training camp.
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.
Tony Romo missed earlier camp activities after receiving treatment for a sty below his left eye.
Here is a look at the Cowboys' 2016 opponents fresh from the NFL's Record and Fact Book.
Cornerback Morris Claiborne has battled injuries throughout his career, and the Dallas Cowboys didn't pick up his fifth-year option for 2016.
The Cowboys flew to California on Tuesday, but in some ways training camp actually starts today when the pads come on for the first time Saturday.
With Tony Romo missing Friday's practice, Brandon Weeden said his work with the first team resembled his situation in regular-season games.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo did not practice Friday after having a sty below his left eye treated earlier in the day.
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.
The Cowboys have brought back linebacker Keith Smith and moved center Shane McDermott off the non-football injury list.
Head coach Jason Garrett likes to say coaches are a little like preachers; they have to come up with the same sermon 52 different ways.
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
Jason Witten on whether the Dallas Cowboys are talking about a Super Bowl: "Thereâ
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."
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
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)
In Part I of the mailbag, ESPN's Todd Archer says the Cowboys decided running back DeMarco Murray wasn't worth his asking price.
Cowboys DE Greg Hardy suffered a minor rib strain early on the first day of practice Thursday, according to sources, but finished the session.
Dez Bryant seems to have put any personal issues behind him, entering Cowboys camp as grounded as he's ever been.
Dez feeling 'no pressure' after new deal
"That deal don't make me," Cowboys WR Dez Bryant said of his $70 million contract. "I don't give a damn about none of that. It's not going to change the way I play. It's not going to change the way I act. I'm here. Like, thank you, I can go buy me a home and now I'm able to take care of my family. Yeah, I love that, but as far as me performing on the field, like, I take full pride in that."
Dez Bryant has not seen a replay -- the full one anyway -- of his overturned catch in the Dallas Cowboys' playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers.
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