DALLAS teams

Rick Carlisle receives tech after fiery exchange with official (0:31)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy did not have a timetable for defensive end Tyrone Crawford (hips) and defensive tackle Dontari Poe (quadriceps) to get off the physically unable to perform list. Considering the players' experience, there is not a rush to get them on the field early in camp. “They're making progress,” he said. “I know the training staff feels very good about the progress they're making.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy would not say if the Cowboys' anthem policy will change, but he has drawn praise from players for open talks on social injustice. “We continue to echo to everybody involved in football operations, take a step back and listen,” he said. “We all need to listen more. How can we really be part of the progress? I think the organization's statement of protest through progress is right on the money. That's really where our focus will be. We'll definitely support players any way we can.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys hold training camp in Oxnard, Calif., for a number of reasons but mostly the cooler weather. To combat the hotter temps at The Star, Mike McCarthy will hold practices early in the morning outdoors. “I'm sure there will be a day or two that we may come inside to the Ford Center,” he said. “It's very beneficial to have that flexibility, but my goal is to be on the grass as much as we can to start camp."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy is pleased where Dak Prescott is in learning offensive changes after not taking part in the offseason program due to contract talks but said new language will be the biggest adjustment. “With us being around each other for the first time, I've really enjoyed his personality,” McCarthy said. “He's very upbeat, very driven. I would say he's kind of picked up where he left off from is what I've been told as far as how he's operated. Very detailed in his preparation.”

BBTN: SNY's Steve Gelb on Pete Alonso, Yahoo! Sports' Hannah Keyser on a playoff bubble

SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to talk about Pete Alonso, his slow start, how the anger he harbors from being bullied drives him and what a genuine person he truly is (6:09). Next, Yahoo! Sports’ Hannah Keyser stops by to discuss profiling the Philly Phanatic, getting autographs from your heroes, the latest MLB’s health and safety protocol and the idea of a playoff bubble (19:54). Plus, Todd Radom administers the weekly quiz and talks ballparks in Texas (39:01).

Cooper Neill/AP Photo

Dak part of movement to save man on death row

In a letter sent to the office of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and the state's parole board, Dak Prescott advocates on behalf of death row inmate Julius Jones, writing that this an opportunity to correct a "miscarriage of justice."