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    3 Questions Surrounding the Dallas Cowboys After Minicamp

    The have finished training activities and their minicamp and have moved into the quiet portion of the offseason. The rookies will stick around this week to continue their work with the team ahead of but the veterans are off until the Cowboys depart for , California in July.

    When the Cowboys get to training camp, they'll still have plenty of questions to answer about their roster and how the depth chart stacks up. While they may not have many answers right now, they certainly have enough players to provide solutions to the problems that they face as they prepare for the .

    1. Who Emerges Opposite Trevon Diggs?

    Anthony Brown got the reps with the first- as Kelvin Joseph was out with an illness. Nahshon Wright impressed throughout and minicamp. Joseph still seems to be a favorite to be the starter long-term. Reggie Robinson impressed during his return to . But where do the Cowboys go from here?

    The good news is they appear to have options at cornerback and much better depth than they did a year ago when injuries hit the position hard.

    The Cowboys will find an answer or two in training camp as to what they should at the position. Like the linebackers, they may look to use players in different situations depending on the matchup and game situation.

    Brown looks to have the upper hand now, but as the summer months go on, the competition will rage on as well allowing one of the rookies to try and find a role with the starting .

    2. Does Dalton Schultz Have a Leg Up on the Tight End Battle?

    We won't know where the Cowboys top two tight ends stand until is on the field and participating in team drills and 11-on-11. However, Dalton Schultz may already have the answer for the team.

    After an impressive 2020 that proved he could be a starting in the NFL and should have the inside track at the lead role for the Cowboys. Jarwin can certainly do some things for the team and will be used in passing situations, but Schultz's blocking will give him an advantage in the competition in training camp and down the line.

    3. What Does the Depth Chart Look Like for the Interior Defensive Line?

    For the first time in a while, it appears the Dallas Cowboys are deep along the 's interior. They have several players that could plug in at the 1-technique defensive in , , , and even . At 3-technique, they have Gallimore, , , and Chauncey Gholston who can work in the Dallas Cowboys rotation.

    Life's all about options and the Cowboys have a ton of them. They have a variety of players and skillsets to allow them to play in a variety of defensive fronts. The only question is which players will make 's final defensive depth chart out of training camp.

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    The questions the Dallas Cowboys have aren't nearly as daunting to answer as they were when the Dallas Cowboys season ended in January. They still have work to do to put themselves in contention for the . At the same time, this is a team that is heading in the right direction.

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    Dallas Cowboys optimist bringing factual, reasonable takes to Cowboys Nation and the NFL Community. I wasn't always a Cowboys fan, but I got here as quick as I could. Make sure you check out the Inside The Cowboys Podcast featuring John Williams and other analysts following America's Team.

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    Dave SC58

    Agreed. This is a young team with a promising future. If the young guys are hungry, they can make a big difference. This is how the Cowboys built their 90s teams: Young and hungry!

    Dwayne Barber

    These Cowboys have a different mindset! ( THEY HAVEN’T PROVEN ANYTHING)! AND THE MEN they have! Wow! Proving anything! Going to be hard on allot of good young men! I believe in a top 15 defense this yr!

    Big Donkey

    Life-long fan here; nonetheless, the writing in this article is terrible. Under question two, the third attempt at a statement is a sentence fragment. The entire synopsis of conclusions provided under the initial question reads as a ramble and is only followed if the reader had also attended the camp. The quality- or rather lack there of- your articles will need vast improvement to gain return-readers. Best of luck… try Grammarly lol

    Larry Smith

    Options are good if you have injuries. You think teams with great talent says “so glad we have options?” I’d rather say, “glad we have Aaron Donald or Patrick Ramsey.” Committee means we don’t have anyone that stands out.