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Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Ezekiel Elliott signing autographs while being surrounded by media after Cowboys practice in Oxnard.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys linebackers Sean Lee, Anthony Hitchens and Jaylon Smith go through drills in individual work.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at camp: "Good job, boy." Those three words were a common refrain from cornerback Patrick Peterson throughout practice, whether they were focused at fellow cornerback Justin Bethel after a pass break up or other defensive backs after they made a play. Peterson was more vocal this practice than he has been throughout camp praising and encouraging his defensive teammates throughout the two-and-a-half hour practice.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie report at camp: On a day when coach Bruce Arians called out the receivers of all levels for turning in their worst performance in five years the day before, rookie Chad Williams was steady throughout practice, making a handful of catches on 11-on-11 drills. He had one about midway through practice in traffic that caught the attention of the sideline.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Best play at camp: Linebacker Scooby Wright, who has developed a reputation for his aggressive play, started a practice full of highlights Tuesday with an interception of quarterback Drew Stanton early in the session. It was an athletic play, that saw him shift his body and tip the ball to himself. He continued his impactful day with physical hit later in practice along the sideline while in coverage.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has a message on the back of his Nike cleats. He would like to eat in 2017.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals rookie WR Chad Williams told a story after practice today of him trying to emulate Larry Fitzgerald nine years ago … trying to catch a fish. Yes, that's right. A fish. Fitzgerald caught a fish one-handed during an appearance on Sports Science. A young Williams saw that and wanted to try his hand at catching fish while on a fishing trip with his brothers. Williams remembered catching 32 fish that day, but he didn't catch any of the fish – mostly bass – his brothers threw to him. Williams, who was the Cardinals' third-round pick this year, said he hasn't told Fitzgerald the story. Yet.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Benson Mayowa, who led the Cowboys in sacks last season with six, is not practicing Tuesday. He is expected to be limited as he deals with knee soreness that limited him in the spring.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to the $4 million signing bonus, La'el Collins will receive $9.5 million fully guaranteed over the next two years. He has base salaries of $1 million and $4.5 million in 2017-18. His base salary in 2019 is $6.5 million and can grow to $8.5 million if he plays in 85% of the snaps in each of the next two seasons.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis briefly told the media after a not guilty verdict Tuesday "I'm elated," and said he will be releasing a full statement later. Lewis hugged his family and friends in the courtroom after the verdict.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Jourdan Lewis has been found not guilty on both domestic violence and assault and battery counts.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers wide receiver Sammie Coates will miss the start of training camp after undergoing a knee scope last week, according to a source. Coates, who suffered a knee injury while training in the offseason, is a candidate for the Physically Unable to Perform list but could return in mid-August, depending how the knee heals. Tough setback for a player eager to rebound from a promising but frustrating 2016 campaign.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Attorneys in the Jourdan Lewis domestic violence case have been told a verdict has been reached. Court is back in session.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

This shows you how much the Jaguars think of Brandon Linder: Even though he has yet to make a Pro Bowl, his reported $24 million guarantee is more than every center in the league except Alex Mack ($28.5 million) and Travis Frederick ($28.162 million). Linder's contract includes more guaranteed money than that of Miami's Mike Pouncey, Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, Carolina's Ryan Kalil, and New Orleans' Max Unger. Those four players have combined to make 15 Pro Bowls and five All-Pro teams.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans general manager Rick Smith said he doesn't consider Duane Brown not reporting to training camp "a holdout" because Brown is still under contract for two more seasons. "There's no contract dispute," Smith said. "Duane's under contract for two more years. That's our position. We're here to get our football team ready for the season, and he should be a part of it. ... Here's an important member of our team, and he ought to be here."