DALLAS Teams

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Dak on his way to becoming top-tier QB? (1:00)
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Stephen A: Of course Goodell deserves an extension (1:34)
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Pujols moves alone for most HRs by a foreign-born player (0:28)
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Cowart sends 3-run homer into the seats (0:19)
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Cowart busts game open with 3-run homer (0:19)
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Pujols scores Trout on RBI double (0:22)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Left guard candidate Chaz Green left practice early because of cramping. He received an IV. Green's health has been an issue since he joined the Cowboys in 2015.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Tough day on the injury front, as two of the top 30 starting pitchers of the past month, Danny Salazar (No. 29 on the Player Rater) and Alex Wood (No. 25), the No. 16 overall player during that same time frame, Joey Gallo, and the No. 30 player for the season, Cody Bellinger, all landed in the DL. Of those, Salazar's is of greatest concern, as it's his third DL stint in the past 13 months and second for an elbow issue. I can't say I'd plan on him contributing to fantasy teams the rest of the way.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys opened up Ford Center to fans without tickets and announced a crowd of 7,555. They had 6,052 at Monday's practice. Including their time in Oxnard, this was the second-most attended practice in camp.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Rarely does Tyron Smith whiff on pass protection, but DeMarcus Lawrence just got by him in one on one drills with a hard fake to the inside only to come back outside. That's at least twice Lawrence has used that move on Smith in camp.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

There are times in camp where runners just hit a wall when contacted by Jaylon Smith. Darren McFadden just experienced that on a run up the middle.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cooper Rush gets the first turns with the second-team offense at practice over Kellen Moore in team drills. And Luke McCown gets the third-team work.

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Prescott completes passes in team drills (0:25)
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Cowboys QBs take reps at practice (0:29)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys considered selecting Cooper Rush late in the draft but opted to try to get him as an undrafted free agent. He received a $5,000 signing bonus, half of what Tony Romo received as an undrafted quarterback in 2003.

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Looney shows up to practice as Elliott (0:20)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys center Joe Looney, 315 pounds, showed up to practice as Ezekiel Elliott, complete a with the bare midriff that looked nothing like the 228-pound Elliott. Still some fans fell for the joke. Looney showed up with a No. 4 taped over his No. 73 on Monday for Dak Prescott.