Saturday's camp roundup 11:17 PM CDT on Saturday, July 31, 2004 From Staff Reports QB WATCH One of the knocks on Quincy Carter has been his accuracy – or the lack thereof. During team drills, he was accurate, but most of his passes were check-downs to running backs and tight ends. Vinny Testaverde was just as accurate but took more chances down the field, completing deep crosses to Dedric Ward and James Newson. In the morning, his lone foray down the field for Randal Williams was nearly intercepted by safety Keith Davis. Coach Bill Parcells said he will rotate the four quarterbacks – Carter, Testaverde, Tony Romo and Drew Henson – each day. Henson did not take any team snaps Saturday, working in individual drills only. QUOTABLE On training camp in Oxnard "Personally, yeah, I'd have to say I like it better here. ... First of all, we're outdoors. I like that. I mean, I'm not a mole. I like to be outside." - Bill Parcells NEWSMAKER OF THE DAY DE Marcellus Wiley The Cowboys signed Marcellus Wiley to upgrade the pass rush, and he certainly did that Saturday. During the inside run drill in the morning, Wiley blew up Eddie George at the line of scrimmage, and later in the goal line drill, he teamed to stop George short. He turned around tackle Torrin Tucker a few times on the pass rush, once that would have resulted in a sack of Quincy Carter. TWO-MINUTE DRILL Steve Cargile Free-agent rookie safety, 6-1, 205, economist with an Ivy League degree What does it mean to have a degree from Columbia? Means I have a pretty good backup plan. Are you and fellow Columbia alum Marcellus Wiley pretty tight? He's promised to take good care of me. What's a good season for Columbia? We were pretty proud of 4-6 my senior season. On what do you blame the U.S. economy's sharp downturn in the second quarter? I've heard it has something to do with presidential elections, and I think we're spending less money. What publications do you read on a daily basis? I read The New York Times and USA Today almost every day. I used to read The Wall Street Journal in school. Would you like to subscribe to our paper? [Uncomfortable laughter] If I had a little money socked away [and I don't], where would you suggest me investing it? It would have to be real estate. I've already thought about trying to buy property around our new stadium. I've looked around Fair Park. Do you know something I don't know? No, I'm just trying to be prepared in case something happens to the Arlington deal. Would you take a peek at my 401K plan when we get back to Dallas? Sure. Matt Mosley CAMP QUESTIONS Do you see the coaching staff doing anything different with Julius Jones or Eddie George during training camp to minimize the possibilities of injury? Neil Schmiedeberg Not really. That's just not coach Bill Parcells' philosophy. Parcells said he's going to throw Jones to the wolves and see how he responds. The first time Curtis Martin played in a preseason game, Parcells gave him the ball eight straight times to see how he responded. Now, he'll play it more conservatively with George because he wants to make sure he doesn't wear down. Besides, he knows that Eddie understands how to get ready for the season. Jean-Jacques Taylor PREDICTING THE SEASON John McClain, Houston Chronicle "The Cowboys will go 11-5 and make the playoffs. If the Cowboys hadn't signed Eddie George, then Julius Jones would be rookie of the year." INJURY REPORT Dan Campbell: Tight end went down in the morning workout with an apparent right knee injury, but he returned shortly thereafter.