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Cowboys’ Rookies To Begin Training Camp Wednesday At The Star

Cowboys' Rookies To Begin Training Camp Wednesday At The Star

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Cowboys’ Rookies To Begin Training Camp Wednesday At The Star

Cowboys’ Rookies To Begin Training Camp Wednesday At The Star

The performance from the Cowboys’ 2016 rookie class will be hard to match anytime soon in one draft, but for now there is good news on the team’s 2017 selections – they’ll be signaling the return to Cowboys football from The Star on Wednesday prior to Oxnard’s training camp beginning on Saturday.

As was the case for Dallas’ earlier OTAs, players without an accrued season can report to these extra practices, something Head Coach Jason Garrett plans on taking full advantage of.

Buying into the tense competition of training camp has not been a problem for the players on Garrett’s roster – one that will now be tight on open starting spots thanks in large part to the young players that emerged during last season’s run to the NFC Divisional Playoffs.

Insert a new pass rusher in Taco Charlton, two rookie cornerbacks in Chidobe Awuzie and Jourdan Lewis, and punt returner/slot WR Ryan Switzer and the Cowboys’ Wednesday return to some long-anticipated football action will be tons of fun.

This second rookie minicamp may not bring Cowboys Nation many big headlines, which won’t necessarily be a bad thing as these players prepare for their first experience in Oxnard, but it will serve as an excellent primer to Saturday’s beginning of training camp and coming together of a roster that has veterans and rookies alike working towards the same goal – Super Bowl LII.

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We are just two days away from seeing some unproven Cowboys working to earn their star. Happy Monday, and welcome back to football!

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Sean Martin

Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Pleasant NJ, no we're not how you think we are. Host of "Upon Further Review" on 90.3 WMSC FM and wmscradio.com every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. Also available through iHeart radio! Keep up with the show on Twitter @UFRWMSC!

5 Comments
  • Derek Robinson

    Can’t wait for this youth movement to began. These kids have talent. It’s just a matter of adapting to the speed. The word ROOKIE is real close to being just that a plane old word. I think Dak and Zeke proved that last season. As always DC4L.

  • John Williams

    Thank goodness. Can’t get here soon enough.

  • John Williams

    I think it will be impossible for the rookies to match the success of the 2016 class, but they certainly can make their own name.

    Especially because if the rookies make a name for themselves this year, it will be because the defense finally became a playmaking, game changing defense. Can’t wait to find out.

  • Kevin Black

    More excited about the rookie DBs. As much hype as there is with Switzer, there are only so many passes in a game available. His ability will be felt on special teams. Hopefully Taco can match the rest of the rookie class. I know, wishing that hard is dangerous… but ya gotta dream.

  • dallas1966

    I’m excited about the upcoming 2017 season for the Cowboys.
    Hopefully, the Cowboys will be able to make lemonade out of a lemon off season

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