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Tony Romo has second bout with eye stye

The Cowboys QB practiced Monday with a healing stye in his left eye. The first one kept him out of practice for a day in training camp a month ago. "I guess the quirky nature of it is it keeps coming back," coach Jason Garrett said. "But he'll be fine."

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14h

Archer on the health of Dallas' defense

ESPN NFL Nation Cowboys reporter Todd Archer talks about how the health of the defensive line could be the biggest issue for Dallas this season and more.

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Dallas Cowboys LB Rolando McClain has been activated off the physically unable to perform list and can begin practicing this week. He will miss the first four games of the regular season due to violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. McClain has been recovering from offseason knee surgery.

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Concern for the Cowboys' defense (1:36)
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Cowboys fine without Murray?

Dallas may have lost DeMarco Murray, but it still has a top-five projected offense. Where do the Cowboys rank in ESPN's first-ever NFL Football Power Index? Inaugural NFL FPI

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20hTodd Archer

Thumbs-up for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo

After seeing him in Oxnard, California, and for six series in two preseason games, the visual evidence suggest Tony Romo will be just fine in 2015.

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21h

Woody: Redskins' plans for Robert Griffin III

ESPN NFL analyst Damien Woody discusses Robert Griffin III's future, teammates' sentiments about Griffin, the state of the NFC East and how DeMarco Murray's departure affects the Cowboys.

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Cowboys' focus already on the Giants

This week will be big for players trying to make the roster, but Dallas' veterans are eyeing Week 1. Tony Romo and Co. are full-speed ahead preparing for the Giants. Monday NFL storylines

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1dJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Claiborne must make most of his chance

With Orlando Scandrick lost to injury, Morris Claiborne has a shot at starting in the Dallas Cowboys' defensive backfield. First, he must improve his technique, route recognition and playmaking.

Who will win the featured role?

Repeating DeMarco Murray's monster season from 2014 would be a tall order for any running back. Will any of Dallas' three current backs be able to break out of Murray's shadow?

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2dTodd Archer

Cowboys' corners show Jerry Jones some promise

Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne flashed their potential on Saturday as they try to replace the injured Orlando Scandrick, Dallas' top cornerback.

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