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

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

It's only a walkthrough but Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee brings one speed. He's intense on the first day of training camp.

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From earlier in practice, Ezekiel Elliott working through individual drills.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Construction workers getting a nice view of Cowboys practice. A number of houses are being built in the lot next to the practice fields. Wonder if other teams will send scouts to work on the crew.

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Whitehead released from Cowboys (1:09)

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Sources tell ESPN that the Cowboys have cut WR Lucky Whitehead just a few hours after team learned that he had been arrested for shoplifting in June in Virginia and now has a warrant out for his arrest after failing to appear in court on July 6th. Head coach Jason Garrett said just a few hours ago that the team was "Gathering information and will respond accordingly."

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Garrett didn't know of Whitehead arrest until after practice (0:42)
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Whitehead cut, says arrest mistaken identity

Lucky Whitehead was released by the Cowboys on Monday, hours after the team learned he was charged. The receiver's agent is claiming this is a case of mistaken identity, however, and Whitehead says he wasn't in Virginia at the time of the alleged crime.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Cowboys get ready for their first training camp practice, not only will they not be in pads they will not work offense against defense. The first day of team drills will come Wednesday, which will also be the first padded practice.

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Prescott in his teammates' corner (0:29)

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Opening statements concluded in the misdemeanor domestic violence trial of Dallas cornerback Jourdan Lewis. The crux of the opening statements differed as to whether the actions committed during the March incident will constitute domestic violence. Lewis' attorney, John Shea (pictured right), says no and that his client was trying to leave the apartment. Lou Danner (pictured left) argued Lewis' actions with pillows and after along with the subsequent 911 call the victim made will show his guilt. The trial continues Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. in Michigan's 15th District Court.

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Whitehead on charges: 'I didn't know about that' (0:15)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys were not aware of the June arrest of Lucky Whitehead, according to Jason Garrett. He said the team is gathering information on the incident. Garrett said it is possible Whitehead could be released. "We will do what's in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys," Garrett said.

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Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett says that he just learned of the situation regarding WR Lucky Whitehead. Reports of a warrant for his arrest stemming from a burglary in June. "We are gathering information, and we will respond accordingly."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott addressed the media following Monday's walkthrough and was asked about the expectations for him in 2017. "I think I put more pressure and high expectations on myself than anyone else has," Prescott said. "I know within this organization we have high expectations as well. I don't think me or other guys pay attention to anything else outside this organization."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dez Bryant and the Cowboys are on the field for the first walkthrough of training camp. Practice starts at 7 p.m. ET.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

A seven-person jury is set in the Dallas Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis domestic violence trial (six jurors, one alternate). Five women, two men on the panel. Opening statements to start after a short recess in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Cowboys QB Dak Prescott on Ezekiel Elliott: "He's a good friend. I take part in helping him on and off the field any way I can."

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Dak Prescott speaking here in Oxnard. When asked if he feels upset when his teammates make poor decisions off the field he says he's made plenty of mistakes in his youth and he just hopes everyone will be ready to go when the games begin.