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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Prosecutor Lou Danner played the 911 call from the accuser to police dispatch during the accuser's testimony in the Jourdan Lewis misdemeanor domestic violence case. The accuser, on the stand, broke down on the stand while the call was being played. After the call was played, the accuser said she felt "sad." "I was sad. I was scared. I was mad that I had to (call 911) because I didn't want to. I really didn't want to." Danner finished his questioning and Lewis' attorney, John Shea, is starting cross-examination now.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The first witness of the day, the alleged victim in the misdemeanor domestic violence trial of Dallas Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis, broke down on the stand describing her feelings as she was being allegedly struck with pillows. "Sad. Just sad," she said. She wanted him to apologize for the argument earlier and she said he wouldn't.

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Pudge nervous but happy to enter HOF (2:22)

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Day 2 of Dallas Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis' misdemeanor domestic violence trial is set to begin in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Among the testimony expected today are Lewis and the alleged victim. The trial is expected to finish today. Yesterday, opening statements were delivered.

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Longhorns land ESPN 300 receiver Eagles

The Longhorns claimed a major victory in one of the most fertile recruiting areas in the country by picking up a commitment from ESPN 300 wide receiver Brennan Eagles out of Houston.

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Stanton powering his way to the top (0:27)
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Can Cowboys reverse trend?

The Cowboys opened up training camp on Monday following their NFC East title last season. Dallas has not been able to string together back-to-back division championships since 2000.

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Trade deadline considerations

These three American League pitchers are rumored to be on the block, and each has very different financial outlooks that interested teams must keep in mind as the July 31 deadline approaches.

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Beltre inches closer to 3,000 (0:57)

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Adrián Beltré recorded his 36th career four-hit game Monday to finish the night seven hits shy of 3,000 for his career. Only three active players - Ichiro Suzuki, Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols - have more four-hit games.

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Dez 'can't believe' Whitehead cut from Cowboys (1:04)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott leading his group through individual drills during the first practice of training camp.

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Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett signing the prosthetic leg of this special fan. Cool moment here in Oxnard.

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Elliott signs autographs for a marine (0:20)
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Ezekiel Elliott showing some love for the troops after the Cowboys 1st practice in Oxnard.