Cowboys News and Notes: Wednesday, July 10

Cowboys News And Notes: Wednesday, July 10

News and Notes: Wednesday, July 10

Wednesday, July 10: Latest Updates from the

By angeltorres on 2024-07-10 07:19:50

Cowboys News And Notes: Wednesday, July 10

And just like that, football is less than two weeks away. Before talking on-field activities, quarterback Dak Prescott addressed the infamous picture of him wearing a walking boot while on vacation. Back on the field, easing into the offseason's biggest questions will make the fan transition to training camp mode more efficiently.

Take the Cowboys cornerbacks for instance, Trevon Diggs and DaRon Bland, who are known for their thrilling ability to snag interceptions, but their aggressive often results in giving up big plays. On the other side of the field, young receivers aim to secure their spots on the final roster but certain traits must be displayed early and often. This edition of news and notes will also examine the thin defensive tackle group light on experience, DFW's newest NBA superstar ready for a Cowboys game, and breaking a 20-year curse. Lastly, a peek behind enemy lines reveals many familiar faces remain in the NFC East as several familiar faces joined division rivals. 

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As the Cowboys gear up for training camp, quarterback Dak Prescott took time to host his annual youth camp, giving back to the community and sharing his love for football with local students. Prescott addressed recent concerns about a walking boot seen in a vacation photo, explaining it as a precaution for his surgically repaired ankle.

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The Cowboys boast two of the NFL's most electrifying cornerbacks in Trevon Diggs and DaRon Bland, renowned for their interception prowess. Their aggressive playstyle, while leading to game-changing turnovers, also results in significant separation and big plays allowed, making them a boom-or-bust duo.

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Certain traits may be the reason a few young receivers are on the team but the true test lies in each player's understanding of the position and consistent execution, as demonstrated by Dennis Houston in 2022, who earned a roster spot through preparation and reliability, gaining Dak Prescott's trust despite his limited ceiling.

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Defensive tackle remains a perennial concern for the Dallas Cowboys, with Osa Odighizuwa, in the final year of his rookie contract, and Mazi Smith, coming off an underwhelming rookie season, leading a thin group. The 30 combined professional snaps behind them make it a weakness heading into 2024.

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Former Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn became the head coach of the Commanders, bringing along ex-Dallas coaches and players like Dorance Armstrong and Tyler Biadasz. In Philadelphia, the Eagles welcomed former Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and backup quarterback Will Grier. The Giants added wide receiver Dennis Houston to the roster making the division very familiar.

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As the 2024 season approaches, the Cowboys are focused on securing contract extensions for wideout CeeDee Lamb and quarterback Dak Prescott. Fans are eager for deals to be finalized before the season starts to avoid any distractions, but Lamb has made it clear that his youth football camps are not the place for contract discussions

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Over the past two decades, the NFC East has seen constant turnover in division champions, with no team managing to repeat as back-to-back winners since the Philadelphia Eagles in 2003-2004. This historical trend underscores the challenge facing the Cowboys as they prepare for the 2024 season, amidst contract negotiations and concerns over team strengths.

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Opinions vary among analysts on Cowboys first-round rookie lineman Tyler Guyton on when he could start. Some expect him to be ready by Week 1 in Cleveland due to his physical abilities, while others stress the importance of his development during training camp and preseason games to earn the position.

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