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News: Yahoo: Cowboys' D leaves camp with even more questions

Discussion in 'News Zone' started by CCBoy, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. CCBoy

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    Cowboys' D leaves camp with even more questions

    OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Morris Claiborne is likely to skip another preseason game, Brandon Carr isn't close to full speed after missing two weeks of training camp and Orlando Scandrick is out for the first four games of 2014 for a drug suspension.

    And cornerback isn't the only unsettled position for Dallas' shaky defense.

    The Cowboys are coming home from camp in California with even more questions about the league's most porous defense than when they left Texas three weeks ago.

    Claiborne is just the latest issue after missing the preseason opener with knee tendinitis. Now he has a shoulder injury that kept him out of the final camp practice Thursday and was likely to sideline him for the exhibition home opener Saturday night against Baltimore.

    ''If a guy is not out there, that's not a good thing for our team, but it does provide opportunity for other guys to get reps,'' coach Jason Garrett said.

    ''We have certainly had a lot of younger players get the opportunity to show us what they can do, and that's good for your football team.''...
  2. CCBoy

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    Two weeks at Training Camp usually does leave a lot of questions. Especially during periods of transition.

    As if a fan hasn't been here and done this before...every Exhibition period.

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