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2018 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in NFC East
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Cowboys DL Irving suspended first 4 games

Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving has been suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second straight season, David Irving will miss the first four games because of a suspension. The NFL announced a four-game suspension for violating the substance abuse policy. He missed four games in 2017 for violating the performance-enhancing drug policy. He will be able to take part in training camp and preseason games. Once the regular season starts, he will be able to continue to work out at The Star but not take part in meetings and practice.

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Zack Martin officially signed his seven-year, $93.41 million contract on Thursday. The deal includes a $20 million signing bonus and he is guaranteed $40 million for injury. Here is the breakdown: 2018 base salary - $2 million; 2019 - $10 million; 2020 - $11 million; 2021 - $11 million; 2022 - $11.841 million, 2023 - $13.5 million; 2024 - $13 million ($1 million roster bonus).

Lawrence the Cowboys' next move after Martin? (1:00)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The total deal for All-Pro right guard Zack Martin is seven years for $93.41 million and includes a $20 million signing bonus, according to a source. As Adam Schefter reported, the guaranteed money is $40 million. The Cowboys created around $3 million in cap room in 2018 with the new contract.

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Source: Dallas makes Martin best-paid NFL OG

The Cowboys and Pro-Bowl guard Zack Martin agreed Wednesday to a six-year, $84 million extension that includes $40 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott is impressed by the Cowboys newest offensive weapon, Tavon Austin, who was picked up in a trade from the Los Angeles Rams during the draft. "He's a steal," Prescott said.

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Suit: Dallas cheerleaders paid less than mascot

Erica Wilkins, a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader from 2014 to '17, has filed a federal lawsuit against the team, alleging she wasn't paid for all her work and made less money than "Rowdy," the team's male mascot.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Zack Martin said his contract extension with the Cowboys is not yet complete, but he is hopeful it will be done soon. There are some contract language that still needs to be worked out. Martin skipped the OTAs and took part in individual drills on Tuesday as the Cowboys opened minicamp but no 11-on-11 snaps. “I communicated with Coach Garrett and all the other coaches right before I didn't come in what I was going to do and why. We were all on the same page,” Martin said. “So I do think I handled it the right way.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Lee took part in individual drills for this first time this offseason as he ramps up his work with the Cowboys opening minicamp. It's doubtful he takes any 11 on 11 snaps over the next two days with the idea of getting him completely ready for training camp in July.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith has been dealing with a minor shoulder injury that kept him out of team drills the last few OTAs but Jason Garrett said Smith will fully practice as the minicamp begins.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Garrett said Zack Martin will take part in parts of minicamp but not any team drills since he did not take part in the OTAs. Garrett said the Pro Bowl guard's contract extension is close to being done. "I think both sides feel optimistic it will be finished," Garrett said.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive end David Irving, who had been in and out of the offseason program taking care of personal issues, is at The Star for morning meetings, according to a source. With conditioning a concern, it's not clear how much Irving will do during the three-day minicamp that starts today.

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Sources: Cowboys' Gregory, NFL likely to meet

After missing 30 of the past 32 games because of suspension, Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory will look to continue his road to reinstatement this week, which sources said includes meeting with NFL officials in New York.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

According to multiple sources, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory is expected to meet with NFL officials this week in New York, including potentially commissioner Roger Goodell, in his bid to be reinstated after a year-long suspension for multiple violations of the substance-abuse policy.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards196.326th
Rushing Yards135.62nd
Points For22.114th
Points Against20.8Tied-13th