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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Garrett acknowledged Cooper Rush getting No. 2 quarterback snaps is as much to do with what Rush has done and what Kellen Moore hasn't. "Probably a combination," Garret said. "I thought Kellen has done some really good things and then other times hasn't been as good. And Cooper has taken advantage of his opportunities when he's gotten them." Rush and Moore will continue to split snaps at today's practice with the second-team offense.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

2018 Keldon Johnson tells ESPN that he has received an offer from Kentucky. He also holds offers from Texas, N.C. State, Oregon, Georgetown, Maryland, Florida State and others. Johnson will visit Texas on September 1-3, and Florida State September 8-10, He was terrific last weekend at the Nike Basketball Academy.

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Hollingshead: Broken neck, unbreakable spirit - Via MLS (6:50)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Don't look for tight end Rico Gathers to play Saturday against the Oakland Raiders. He remains in the concussion protocol.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Jason Garrett says he has not made a decision yet on whether Ezekiel Elliott will play in this Saturday's preseason game against the Raiders.

Stats & Info

OTD: Rangers rout O's in historic fashion

Tuesday marks the 10-year anniversary of the Rangers beating the Orioles 30-3, the most runs scored in a game in the modern era (since 1900). Texas scored all 30 runs in just four different innings, meaning the team was held scoreless in more innings than it scored.

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Stephen A. laughs off Cowboys' backup QB competition (1:43)
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Hamels continues winning ways with Texas

Cole Hamels improved to 9-1 in the Rangers' 5-3 win Monday. It was Hamels' 60th start with the Rangers, and he is now 31-7 (.816) with the team. Hamels is the second pitcher in major league history with an .800 or higher winning percentage in his first 60 starts with a team. Jim McCormick started 47-10 (.825) with the Cubs in 1885-1886. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Dak-Dez offseason chemistry helping Dallas (1:50)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys announced an attendance of 6,052 at their first training camp practice in Frisco. It is the third highest total of camp. They had 7,671 on July 30 and 7,407 on July 29.

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is visual evidence of Cooper Rush getting the No. 2 quarterback snaps.