Top Ten Burning Questions Going Into Dallas Cowboys Training Camp

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June 11, 2013; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar (89) makes a catch during minicamp at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

8. How will the Cowboys utilize their tight ends?

Jason Witten is going into his eleventh year. His place as the starter and his role are both secure. Now throw in second year player James Hanna, second round draft pick Gavin Escobar, and free agent signee Dante Rosario; and you have one of the best tight end groupings in the NFL. But how that group will be utilized and their exact roles are, as of yet, undefined. And with the release of the only fullback on the team, Lawrence Vickers, last week, the tight end sets have become even more important to the Cowboys offensive gameplan. Expect there to be a few extra pairs of eyes watching how Dallas’ tight ends are being used this off-season. It will be key to their offensive success.

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  • Old Frog

    You forgot – “Who will be the most important player to get injured during training camp?”

    • Old Frog

      First day and the answer so far is Tyrone Crawford….geez!

  • Juanito Juanito

    cowboys success depends in offensive line

  • ctcowboy1968

    Frederick should play his first round position of C. We need him to call out the blocking assignments and take that off Tony’s pre snap plate. Leary hopefully starts at G. Let Bernadeau, Cook and Arkin go. If Kowalski can stay healthy, let him fight Livings for the other G position. Get nasty on the OL. Mauler’s attitude. Win early, win often. Go Cowboys.