[SIZE=-1]11:20 PM CDT on Thursday, August 3, 2006 [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]By TODD ARCHER / The Dallas Morning News[/SIZE] • Greg Ellis admits he doesn't feel comfortable at linebacker, but he earned kudos from coordinator Mike Zimmer after sticking to Sean Ryan in a one-on-one drill. Ryan made the catch, but Ellis was in the right position. • New Cowboys radio analyst and former safety Charlie Waters has arrived at training camp. He boldly watched practice from "inside the ropes," using the former player card along with Jay Saldi, a former teammate and father of linebacker John Saldi . • A set of officials were on hand for Thursday's workout. Each year, a group works with a team at training camp and talks to players about points of emphasis in the upcoming season. • Miles Austin had a solid workout, making a number of catches, including a one-handed grab of a Drew Henson pass. J.R. Tolver, on the other hand, had two drops and heard it from receivers coach and passing game coordinator Todd Haley. • Quarterbacks coach Chris Palmer has the quarterbacks working on their accuracy by having them try to hit different color flags on poles from 15 yards away. At one point, Palmer said, "The object is to hit the target," after a number of misses. • Linebacker Oliver Hoyte blocked a punt in special teams drills. New punter/kickoff specialist Tyler Fredrickson had a slow delivery that led to the block. • Mike Vanderjagt was back on the field and made three of four kicks. It was by far the kickers' best day. Vanderjagt, Shaun Suisham and Fredrickson were a combined 8-of-10. • Rookie safety Pat Watkins worked with the first-team nickel defense Thursday, but he didn't get his hands on any balls for the first time in two days. • Drew Bledsoe, Tony Romo and Henson had all three touchdown passes during the inside-the-20 portion of team drills. Terry Glenn made a terrific snare of a bullet from Bledsoe, while Romo had his best throw in a few days, hitting tight end Tony Curtis in stride at the goal line. Henson's touchdown went to Patrick Crayton . • For the first time in camp, rookie quarterback Jeff Mroz was not part of the rotation in seven-on-seven or team drills. • Safety/cornerback Marcus Coleman had the interception of the day, ranging far to his left and leaping to pick off a Romo pass that appeared to be deflected.