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Dallas Cowboys Weekly – Rookie Minicamp

Welcome to another Dallas Cowboys Weekly – Rookie Minicamp edition. It’s been a long time since the ‘Boys have been lined up on a field. Exciting times are here!

Rookies Take Part in First Day of Minicamp

Pat Doney explains the special feeling Micah Parsons and other rookies get when they first put on the gear and step on the field for the Dallas Cowboys Rookie Minicamp. – Hyperlink to the full article

“It felt extraordinary to be out there with the guys I was drafted with,” Parsons said. “I think this is a special class and I think this class is going to impact the team and we’re going to keep getting better. I’m just super excited to be a part of this team. I think this team has a chance to do great things.”

Micah Parsons

Cowboys Have 100% Attendance at Rookie Minicamp

Tom Ryle has his take on the Cowboys Rookie Minicamp and 100% attendance is at the top of his list. – Hyperlink to the full article

The Dallas Cowboys brought 31 players in for their rookie minicamp, and according to the owner and GM Jerry Jones, everybody showed up for the first on-field work of the 2021 offseason.

Will McClay – This isn’t college anymore – Cowboys Rookie Minicamp

Vice President of Player Personnel Will McClay is clear on the message he wants all of the rookies to understand. They are getting paid now. It’s a job. He goes on to explain how he will be looking to see who comes in with this attitude.

McClay goes on to give a take on EACH rookie and what he sees in them. Great read – Hyperlink to the full article

Cowboys Trying Out QB’s at Rookie Minicamp

Asa Henry gives a quick rundown of the rookie QB look at Cowboys Rookie Minicamp. This is not a good sign for DiNucci who doesn’t have rookie camp eligibility and needs every snap he can get. In the meantime, there is a list of young QB’s the Cowboys front office has been looking at. Jeff Driskel departed Dallas without a deal but signal-caller J.T. Barrett (Ohio State) and QB Brady Davis (Illinois State) have tryouts and it could be a crowed QB room shortly. Click here to read the full article

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