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Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Scuffle breaks out involving Tyrone Crawford during D-Line vs. O-Line drills.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie corner Jourdan Lewis isn't doing any team drills but he is taking turns as a punt returner with Ryan Switzer

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

First round pick Taco Charlton comes off the field with his left shoulder hanging. He is being checked by the medical staff.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

In the skill player compete period the Cowboys defense gets the win. Orlando Scandrick broke up a comeback to Dez Bryant and Damien Wilson deflected a sideline throw to Rod Smith. Jason Witten had the lone win for the offense beating Byron Jones on and out and up and drawing a flag.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys receiver Andy Jones literally ran out of his shoes. His right cleat tore apart during individual drills forcing a member of the equipment team to get him a new pair.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith is not practicing today after he wore pads for the first time in 572 days on Wednesday.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

College Football Hall of Famer Johnnie Johnson is quick with witty commentary when it comes to his sons, Kirk and Collin, playing at their beloved Texas. "I do tell them all the time, everywhere around you at the University of Texas, you have to be careful because there are pictures on the wall of your dad watching you every step of the way," Johnnie Johnson said. "They hate it when I tell them that."

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Texas to play four games in Australia

The Longhorns will embark on a 12-day, four-game tour of Australia from Aug. 12-23. Their opening game will be against the Dandenong Rangers on Aug. 15. Then they'll take on three teams from Australia's National Basketball League: Melbourne United on Aug. 16, Cairns Taipans on Aug. 18 and the Illawarra Hawks on Aug. 21.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

With Zac Dysert scheduled to have back surgery Friday in Dallas, the Cowboys are looking at bringing in a quarterback. It won't be Colin Kaepernick or Johnny Manziel. It will be more of a camp arm, developmental type. They remain happy with Kellen Moore as Dak Prescott's backup.

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