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10-6, 1st in NFC East
Jones doesn't see Elliott incident having any consequences (1:39)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

When it comes to pass interference, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones wants to be able to correct the obvious missed calls but he does not want a new rule to go too far. “I do think anything that we can do that makes it address a wrong, a wrong - that's a key right there - a wrong, that doesn't disrupt the natural flow or the parts of the game that aren't as disruptive that are hard to call or hard to officiate,” Jones said. “I hope we stay away from those areas because that takes flow out of the game, that costs time, all of that is not in the direction we want to go, not just with officiating but the entertainment, the game part of it. We want to get it right. There's too much at stake. When we have a chance to basically say that we can change something that doesn't have other consequences down the road, the nuances of not necessarily getting the obvious one right, but the nuances of everything else is where you get into all of the debate.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones does not believe there will be any actions taken against Ezekiel Elliott by the NFL from the incident early last Sunday morning in Las Vegas. “I think that the main thing is that I don't see anything that needs supporting,” Jones said Thursday. “In terms of his status with us, (it) has not been impacted in any way and frankly I know how conscientious he has been in the offseason and that's good enough. No, I don't see that having any consequences for us.”

Could Elliott end up in a Bell-like contract situation? (1:23)
Stephen A.: Dak deserves to be paid (2:12)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jon Kitna paid some big praise to Dak Prescott. “I had a chance to play with Warren Moon in my second and third year and I feel like (Prescott) throws the ball very similar to Warren,” Kitna said. “And that's one of the tightest spirals you'll ever see.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Randall Cobb said he is going through a “mental challenge,” in learning the Cowboys offense after spending so many years in Green Bay, but he has come away impressed with Prescott. “He's very passionate. He's a hard worker. He definitely puts the time in. I mean he's a physical specimen. You look at him, he's strong. He's big. He's fast. He can make the throws. He can make the plays, provide a threat in the running game. He extends plays well. So he does a lot of things really well and I'm hoping to get on the same page with him and be able to make some plays for him.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott wasn't sure how close he and his agents are on a new deal with the Cowboys after making a counteroffer. “It's my first time doing this,” Prescott said. “Ask me in a few years then I'll be able to tell you, ‘OK, we've sent this one. They've sent this one. We're about to get it done.' As of right now I'm learning the process to it and just letting my team handle my business.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott said his agents have made a counterproposal to the Cowboys on a long-term deal but he would not get into any specifics. The two sides have been in talks for a little while but nothing is especially close to an agreement. Last week Prescott said he was in no rush to get a deal done and the Cowboys will also be patient, however they would like to have something in place before the season starts.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarcus Lawrence (shoulder), Byron Jones (hip), Christian Covington (calf), Taco Charlton (ankle/shoulder) and Allen Hurns (ankle) will not work during the nine OTAs, and Jason Garrett said the hope is Tavon Austin, Tyrone Crawford (hip) and Leighton Vander Esch (pelvis) will do more during the next 3-4 weeks. Travis Frederick (Guillain-Barre) and La'el Collins (shoulder) are working through individual drills but not 11-on-11 sessions. Jason Witten, Sean Lee and Tyron Smith are getting a veteran day off.

Stephen A.: Cowboys should stall negotiations with Zeke (1:03)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys hold their first organized team activity of the offseason today at The Star. It's the first time offense and defense can line up against each other in the offseason program. The Cowboys will have nine OTA sessions over the next three weeks and conclude the offseason with the mandatory minicamp June 11-13. The media has access to the OTAs on Wednesday.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said the Las Vegas incident involving Ezekiel Elliott will not impact the potential negotiations for a long-term contract for the running back. Jones said the team is gathering information on the situation but he did not comment much more in depth.

Will Elliott's Vegas incident affect his contract talks? (0:36)
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Schefter Podcast: Darren Woodson, Jaylon Smith

Adam Schefter talks to Darren Woodson about his final day at ESPN, lessons he's learned in his post-football career and more (:45). Plus, Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith talks about becoming one of the game's young defensive stars, making a difference in the community and much more (22:18).

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylon Smith has spent most of his offseason back at Notre Dame, taking 21 hours of classes. On Sunday, he will earn his degree in Film and Television. “A wonderful experience,” Smith said Wednesday night at the Reliant Home Run Debry at Dr Pepper Ballpark. “When I left after my junior year I promised my mom that I would go back and finish, so finishing my third year with the Cowboys, it was time. So 21 hours, it was very stressful, but life changing. I'm excited to walk across the stage this weekend.”

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Team Stats

Passing Yards221.123rd
Rushing Yards122.710th
Points For21.222nd
Points Against20.36th