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Cowboys Begin to Report Back to Valley Ranch

Some of the Cowboys top guys showed up Friday morning to the Cowboys training facility to start getting work in. Since the NFL Lockout was lifted players are allowed to start using team facilities. Tony Romo, Jason Witten and Miles Austin were just some of the players who arrived Friday morning to start working. Romo and Witten did dome conditioning on the field and Austin who was seen entering the facility at 7:30 am and left about two hours later. Austin as he left exchanged high fives with Igor Olshansky the defensive line man who was also arriving to get work in.


Also happening on Friday is Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will meet with last year’s 1st round pick Dez Bryant to discuss the wide receivers less than stellar off season. A s you recall Bryant was arrested for criminal trespassing and was sued twice in the offseason  for jewelry that he received that he had not paid for. Jones did talk to Bryant on Thursday and told the Dallas Morning News they were going to discuss Dez’s off season problems. “We talked (Thursday),” Jones said. “I wanted to make sure that he was going to come here tomorrow and, more importantly, to meet our trainers. But we will grab some time…before the draft, and we’ll talk about some of those issues.” On Wednesday Jones son, Stephen said that the Cowboys would continue to stand behind Bryant.

What do you think about the Boys returning to work? Are you excited or not really care? Do you think Jerry talking to Dez will help the young wide out?

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