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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.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

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."

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

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.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills DL Adolphus Washington's attorney, Clyde Bennett, tells ESPN that a July 9 concealed weapon charge against his client should be dismissed because Washington was not stopped by police -- he was "one of many patrons" in a parking lot at an Cincinnati-area water park -- and that Washington's weapon was not concealed because he was driving a three-wheeled vehicle with an open top. Washington pleaded not guilty Monday to the misdemeanor charge; he is not required to appear in court Aug. 1 for a pretrial hearing.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin and Notre Dame sounds like a real possibility for Lambeau Field, as the Chicago Tribune reported. "We've been working on that for a while, and I would hope very soon we'd be able to announce something soon," Packers president Mark Murphy said. "Obvious a Notre Dame-Wisconsin game would be pretty special."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington pleaded not guilty Monday in a Cincinnati, Ohio court on a misdemeanor charge of improperly carrying a concealed firearm stemming from a July 9 arrest at a water park. "I believe the charges are factually and legally inappropriate," Washington's attorney, Clyde Bennett, told ESPN. "I don't believe that Mr. Washington committed any crimes. That is why we have filed a motion to dismiss. Our intent and plan is to have the charges against him dismissed." Washington is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing August 1.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

By this time next year, the Packers should know whether Green Bay would host the 2019 draft. "What I've heard is they're gong to announce soon the ‘18 draft [location], so it would probably around this time a year from now that they're looking at '19," Packers president Mark Murphy said. The Packers have put it a bid for 2019, 2020 and 2021. But Murphy said every NFL city plus Canton, Ohio, has put in a bid.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Murphy stressed he wasn't guaranteeing a Packers' Super Bowl, just that it would be nice given how close it is in Minneapolis.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

About 7,000 people attended the Packers shareholders meeting. "A little bit of a disappointment considering what a nice day it was," Packers president Mark Murphy said. "We had moved the meeting date to Monday thinking people might make a long weekend out of it."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys rookie cornerback Jourdan Lewis and his attorney John Shea (left) watch as potential jurors walk in during Lewis' trial on one count of misdemeanor domestic violence allegations in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The former Michigan cornerback is accused from a March incident with his then-girlfriend at the home they shared in Ann Arbor.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys and former Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis walking into the 15th District Court in Ann Arbor, Michigan for the start of the trial of domestic violence allegations. Jury selection and opening statements will happen today with Day 2 of the trial starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

It's been almost exactly nine months to the day that Jaron Brown's 2016 season ended with a torn ACL. As he spends the early days of training camp working himself back into football shape, Brown has been put on a pitch count of sorts. The team has its own metrics system to measure a player's workload. When Brown reaches around a 300 workload, his practice for the day is over, as was the case over the weekend. "I feel good," Brown said. "I don't think I've ever been as excited to practice in a while but I feel good out there. Just taking it slowly day-by-day." Brown said he's not limited. When he practices, he goes full speed. He expects to take his knee brace off within the next week. He'd prefer to not wear it, calling the brace "bulky" but Brown understands it's necessary as he continues his return. "He's one of the most solid guys we have," coach Bruce Arians said. "As a receiver and special teams player."