Dallas Cowboys

Morris Claiborne has a new demeanor
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OXNARD, Calif. -- Throughout the offseason, Dallas Cowboys teammates, coaches and staff noticed a difference in Morris Claiborne.On the first day of full-padded practices Saturday, Claiborne showed part of that difference for everybody else to see.

Three thoughts on Day 4 of Cowboys camp
OXNARD, Calif. -- Three thoughts on Day 4 of Dallas Cowboys' training camp:1) It was one play, just about as meaningless as can be, considering it was the first day players wore pads, but Morris Claiborne wanted to establish a tone.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster
IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster:QUARTERBACKS (2) Tony Romo Brandon Weeden The Kyle Orton watch is over now that the Cowboys released the veteran backup.

Church chimes in on D's question marks
Safety Barry Church is as close as it comes to a sure thing on a Dallas Cowboys’ defense that has a whole bunch of question marks.What does Church expect from some of the most prominent question marks around him?

Camp preview: Dallas Cowboys
 NFL Nation's Todd Archer examines the three biggest issues facing the Dallas Cowboys heading into training camp:The health of Romo: Ever since he became the starter in 2006, how Tony Romo goes is how the Cowboys go.

Filling out Cowboys' roster: Cornerbacks
Constructing a 53-man roster is a difficult process, piecing together 10 positions groups and matching up present needs with future production of older and younger players.

Can contract year pay off for Bruce Carter?
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IRVING, Texas -- It's a week before the Dallas Cowboys arrive in Oxnard, California, for training camp and we already know just how big of a year it is for Bruce Carter.

Barry Church to enter new role for Cowboys
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IRVING, Texas -- A year ago, Barry Church was something of a question mark.He was coming off a torn Achilles and played in parts of only three games in 2012.

Insiders not high on Cowboys' future
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IRVING, Texas – ESPN Insiders John Clayton, Mel Kiper, Louis Riddick and Mike Sando had the difficult task of coming up with power rankings for teams over the next three years.

Best case/worst case: Cornerbacks
IRVING, Texas -- In order to break out of their 8-8 doldrums, the Dallas Cowboys will need a lot to go right in 2014.This week we take a best-case, worst-case look at five offensive and defensive players who will go a long way in shaping the Cowboys' season.

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