Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys signed third-round pick Michael Gallup to a four-year deal, which means their entire draft class is now under contract. Gallup caught 100 passes for 1,413 yards in 2017 at Colorado State and will compete in a re-made receiver room with Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Allen Hurns, Deonte Thompson and others. The Cowboys signed eight of the nine picks during the rookie minicamp two weeks ago. Last year, the Cowboys did not sign third rounder Jourdan Lewis until June 29 to finish their rookie signings.

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Doncic wins Euroleague title; NBA decision 'soon'

Highly touted prospect Luka Doncic led Real Madrid to its 10th Euroleague crown over Turkish power Fenerbahce on Sunday. When asked after the win about his NBA future, the 19-year-old Slovenian said "soon I will tell."

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Beadle doesn't like Owens calling for Garrett's job (1:33)
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T.O.: 'Mind-boggling' that Garrett still has job

Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens says it's "mind-boggling" that Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has kept his job, despite making the playoffs just twice since taking over midway through the 2010 season. Garrett has a 68-55 overall record in Dallas.

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Can the Mayfield model turn the tide at Baylor?

Charlie Brewer, who went to the same high school as Baker Mayfield, was an ultra-productive, undersized quarterback who was overlooked by nearly everyone, but turned heads as a freshman in Waco, Texas.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys worked out the following players Wednesday: QB Trevor Knight, WR Keyarris Garrett, WR Taj Williams, OL Damien Mama, OT Isaiah Williams, RB Sherman Badie, LB Austin Ocasio, S Eric Pinkins, CB Reggie Hall, CB Prince Sam, S Richie Sampson, S Kishawn McClain and DT Darius Latham. They aren't expected to sign any of them at this time.

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Rangers scratch Hamels with stiff neck

The Rangers scratched left-hander Cole Hamels with a stiff neck, and righty Doug Fister got the start Thursday night against the White Sox. Hamels said he thinks he'll need time for his neck to loosen up.