DALLAS Teams

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.

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Prescott completes passes in team drills (0:25)
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Cowboys QBs take reps at practice (0:29)
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Looney shows up to practice as Elliott (0:20)

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)
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Stephen A. laughs off Cowboys' backup QB competition (1:43)
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Dak-Dez offseason chemistry helping Dallas (1:50)
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No Elliott, no problem for Cowboys' OL (1:23)
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Kellerman not surprised Jones is supporting Elliott (1:28)
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Herm still optimistic about Dallas' running game (0:56)
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The 'stick to sports' era is officially over (1:53)
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Meyer's comments a bad look for Elliott (1:39)
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Elliott appeal making NFLPA look desperate? (1:57)
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Michael scolds Dez over 'family to feed' remarks (1:26)
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Michael fired up about NFL's letter regarding Zeke (2:29)
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Elliott investigation off to an 'ugly start' (1:18)
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Meyer worries about Elliott (0:45)
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Elliott jeopardizing reputation further by pursuing appeal? (1:47)
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Stephen A. weighs in on the state of the black athlete (2:07)
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How will Zeke's absence affect Prescott's development? (0:57)
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Draft Elliott at your own risk (1:35)