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13-3, 1st in NFC East

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott signs autographs for military families at Point Mugu Naval Air Station as they arrive in training camp in California.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are set to land shortly at Point Mugu Naval Air Station today and sign autographs for the military and families for 45 minutes before making the short drive to Oxnard, California, and their training camp home.

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Prescott shined in rookie season

Dak Prescott had a record-setting 2016 season, tying for the most wins by any rookie quarterback in NFL history and throwing 23 touchdown passes to just four interceptions on his way to an NFC East title.

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Good sign for Zeke's sophomore season?

In 2016 Ezekiel Elliott was just the sixth rookie to lead the NFL in rushing in the last 60 years. Four of the previous five repeated as rushing champs in their second seasons, and increased their yardage totals in those seasons.

Archer says Cowboys can't wait to focus on football (2:07)
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Sources: Night after BBQ, Dez late reporting

Dez Bryant showed up late and David Irving didn't show up at all Friday, the first day for Cowboys veterans to report to training camp.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Multiple sources confirm Dez Bryant was late to Cowboys reporting day today at The Star in Frisco, Texas. Sources said defensive end David Irving did not report because he is already in California. Players had physicals and went through a conditioning test. The Cowboys will fly to Oxnard on Saturday. According to the collective bargaining agreement, players who miss reporting day are subject to a fine of $40,000.

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Giants' Collins: Cowboys won't win NFC East

Giants safety Landon Collins responded confidently Friday at his Citi ProCamp about his team's chances to win the NFC East after Dak Prescott said last week that the Cowboys would win the division.

Smith doesn't regret playing in Fiesta Bowl (1:21)
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Jaylon Smith on recovery from knee injury

Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith talks about his recovery from a serious knee injury, his status with Dallas, whether he regrets his decision to play in the Fiesta Bowl and more.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have signed linebacker Justin Durant with Damien Wilson facing potential league discipline, Jaylon Smith working his way back from a major knee injury and Mark Nzeocha potentially opening camp on the physically unable to perform list, according to multiple sources. Durant played in 13 games last year as a key reserve for the Cowboys.

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Source: Nerve improving for Cowboys LB Smith

A source tells ESPN that the injured nerve in the left leg of Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith continues to regenerate, giving the team and Smith hope of a full recovery months down the road.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Cowboys rookie Jourdan Lewis will stand trial next week for one misdemeanor domestic violence charge. Jury selection will start Monday. Lewis' attorney John Shea said he hopes the trial will be over by Tuesday.

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Dallas Cowboys' goal in 2017: Show staying power

After riding Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott to a 13-3 record in '16, the Cowboys aim to avoid a letdown and prove they belong in the NFL's top tier.

Garrett continues to believe in Elliott (0:54)

Team Stats

Passing Yards226.923rd
Rushing Yards149.82nd
Points For26.35th
Points Against19.15th

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