Cowboys Team Report Jean-Jacques Taylor Offensive assistant David Lee scouted QB Chad Hutchinson for more than a week in NFL Europe, and the reports were mixed, at best. Hutchinson has completed about 60 percent of his passes, but he still fumbles too much and hasn't raised his level of play. Quincy Carter and Drew Henson are guaranteed spots, and a veteran such as Vinny Testaverde is expected to sign, so Hutchinson might be looking for a new team. . . . Rookie RB Julius Jones didn't catch a lot of passes at Notre Dame, but he showed nice hands at minicamp. The team wants to use him in the passing game, especially on screens, to take advantage of his quickness, balance and moves in the open field. DEFENSIVE ENDS ANALYSIS: Greg Ellis is being moved to the right side, where the club hopes he can better use his speed and technique to get to the quarterback more. It also should help because he won't get chipped by tight ends and running backs as much. Marcellus Wiley was signed away from the Chargers to help improve the pass rush. If Wiley, who had a combined 23 sacks in 2000 and '01 but slid to three last year, can recapture his form, the defense will have a better chance of creating turnovers and making big plays. That's the only element missing from an already sound unit. Backup Eric Ogbogu is solid as a situational pass rusher. Kenyon Coleman has added bulk, which should help him at the point of attack.