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Lod the man of the moment with stoppage time winner (0:37)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy believes Dak Prescott will be completely cleared for work by the time training camp begins in July, if not sooner. “I have no reason not to think that,” McCarthy said. “I think this week in Phase 2 will be a nice step in that direction.” He said Prescott will do “most things,” as the Cowboys begin their on-field work. “I know he feels really good,” McCarthy said.

Garcia is all smiles after getting a piece of Greinke's 67 mph pitch (0:17)
Hardaway's fantastic pass sets up Porzingis for thunderous finish (0:18)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Second-round pick Kelvin Joseph isn't worried about being a Week 1 starter after one rookie camp practice. He knows the challenges ahead he will face on the Cowboys' schedule with top receivers but Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb should help him prepare. “I feel like I'm about to go practice against some of the best receivers in the NFL, so I'm going to be ready,” he said. “And they're going to make sure I'm ready.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Before Friday, Cowboys first-round pick Micah Parsons figures the last time he hit a blocking sled was sometime before playing in the Cotton Bowl ... in 2019 since he opted last year at Penn State. “The first rep, we got the rust off,” he said. “The second rep was like, ‘I'm back now. That's how it is.' We just wiped the dust off and acted like it was brand new.” Parsons is working at middle linebacker so far but will also serve as a pass rusher in certain situations.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing is finalized but Jerry Jones is confident the Cowboys will hold training camp in Oxnard, California, later this summer. “I'd say systems' on go,” Jones said, but he said there is still work to do with the city of Oxnard, the facilities at the River Ridge Residence Inn and if fans will be in attendance. “We're just working through it, but we've got a large constituency,” Jones said. “That's one of the benefits of Oxnard is the fans.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The largest financial commitments the Cowboys made to their undrafted free agents belong to Oregon defensive tackle Austin Faoliu and Iowa receiver Brandon Smith. Faoliu, who had five career sacks, received a $15,000 signing bonus and had $120,000 of his base salary guaranteed, while Smith, who had 91 receptions for 1,046 yards and nine touchdowns in his career, received $12,000 to sign with $120,000 of his base salary guaranteed.