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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
4-2-0 7-9-0
4-2-0 6-10-0
2-4-0 6-10-0
2-4-0 4-11-1

Top Cowboys News

  • Cowboys' Cooper Rush: Returns to practice

    Rush (back) is present at Tuesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Rush missed two days of practice due to a back injury, but he's already gotten healthy enough to get back on the field. The 27-year-old veteran is competing with Garrett Gilbert and Ben DiNucci for reserve work behind Dak Prescott (ankle).

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  • Cowboys' Malik Hooker: Officially joins Cowboys

    Hooker (Achilles) signed a contract with the Cowboys on Tuesday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports.

    Hooker's spot on the 90-man roster was opened up by Dallas placing Mitch Hyatt (knee) on injured reserve. The 25-year-old safety is working his way back from an Achilles injury suffered Week 2 last season, but the Cowboys appear to be satisfied with his recovery progress. If fully healthy, Hooker could have a clear path to joining Donovan Wilson as a starting safety.

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  • Cowboys' Mitch Hyatt: Lands on IR

    Hyatt (knee) was moved from the preseason PUP list to the IR on Tuesday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports.

    Hyatt was carted off the field last August due to a knee injury and missed the entire 2020 campaign. Now, it appears that his status for 2021 may be in jeopardy as he has been shifted from the preseason PUP list to IR.

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  • Cowboys' Connor Williams: Gets work in at center

    Williams spent part of Monday's practice taking reps at center, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.

    The Cowboys' main weakness along the O-line is at center, where Tyler Biadasz currently looks like the de-facto starter. It's possible that the team could be pondering a switch at the starting positions, but Williams' reps are more likely an indication that he's considered the top backup at center.

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  • Cowboys' Connor McGovern: Takes first-team reps

    McGovern (pectoral) got some work in with the first-team offense Monday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.

    McGovern's opportunity for first-team reps occurred because Connor Williams did some work at center. The Cowboys don't necessarily have a locked and loaded starter with Tyler Biadasz at center, and if the team explores moving Williams to that spot McGovern likely would bump into the No. 1 left guard role by necessity.

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  • Cowboys' Kyron Brown: Inks with Dallas

    The Cowboys signed Brown to a contract Sunday.

    Brown hasn't suited up for NFL action since 2019, when he appeared in three games with the Jets. Now fully recovered from the quadriceps injury that sidelined him all of 2020, Brown will compete for a reserve spot on Dallas' roster.

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  • Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence: Expected back before opener

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expects Lawrence (back) to resume practicing in mid-August and see some preseason action before the regular season begins, Todd Archer of reports.

    Lawrence is on the PUP list after getting surgery on his back, but the procedure was deemed a "cleanup." He's on track to be all systems go prior to the season opener based on this update.

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  • Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Targeting mid-August return

    Cowboys president Jerry Jones said Cooper (ankle) should return to practice in mid-August and make at least one brief appearance in the preseason, Todd Archer of reports.

    Placed on the PUP list to start training camp, Cooper is expected to begin practicing at some point in August, with Jones specifically mentioning the week after an Aug. 13 preseason game against Arizona. The 27-year-old wideout had ankle surgery in January, and while a report in early June revealed that he still was dealing with irritation, Cooper apparently is doing better now that another month and a half has passed. The Cowboys otherwise have all their starters on offense healthy for training camp, including QB Dak Prescott, LT Tyron Smith, RG Zack Martin and RT La'el Collins -- a quartet that combined for 47 missed games last season.

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  • Cowboys' Hunter Niswander: Handling kicking work to begin camp

    Niswander will handle the kicking duties to begin training camp while Greg Zuerlein recovers from offseason back surgery, Todd Archer of reports.

    Zuerlein has been placed on the preseason PUP list while he rehabs from his procedure, but he'll likely be ready for Week 1 since the Cowboys don't have another kicker on the roster in training camp. In addition to filling in for Zuerlein, Niswander should compete with Bryan Anger for the Week 1 starting job at punter.

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  • Cowboys' Mitch Hyatt: Lands on PUP list

    Hyatt (knee) was placed on the preseason PUP list Thursday, Todd Archer of reports.

    Hyatt was carted off the field last August due to a knee injury, and he was forced to miss the entire 2020 campaign. It's not yet clear when he could return to the field in 2021.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 111.8
Def. 158.8


Player Injury
A. Cooper WR Amari Cooper WR Ankle
J. Smith MLB Jaylon Smith MLB Wrist
D. Lawrence DE DeMarcus Lawrence DE Back
G. Zuerlein K Greg Zuerlein K Back
D. Prescott QB Dak Prescott QB Ankle

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