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KT Recaps An Eventful Week At Training Camp

By Kevin Turner | @KTFunTweets

It's been an eventful week so far at Dallas Cowboys Training Camp in Oxnard, California.

On Monday we had on Stephen Jones and Jon Daniels, on Tuesday it was Josh Hamilton and Travis Frederick, and on Wednesday we had Cowboys rookie Randy Gregory and actor Steven Bauer. What?  Yeah, seriously, actor Steven Bauer from Scarface, Breaking Bad, and Ray Donovan.


I have to admit I didn't recognize the actor, because I don't watch Ray Donovan, but then it all clicked.  He played the character Don Eladio who you will see getting poisoned in this clip here...

Gus Fring Poisons Don Eladio by Italianduke85 on YouTube

As far as on field things I've noticed: I really think DeMarcus Lawrence will sneak up on a lot of people.  Greg Hardy and Randy Gregory get a lot of notoriety, and I understand why, but D-Law is really going to break out if he makes it through camp healthy.


I like what I've seen from Tyler Patmon.  Put all the fight stuff aside, in Tuesday afternoon's practice, I really liked the way he was moving in coverage.  Dez made a great catch on him, but normal wide receivers would not have made that play.  Patmon was shadowing Dez the whole time, before Dez contorted his body in a way that only he can to make the back-shoulder grab.  I think Patmon is a serious contender to play on the outside in the nickel when moving Scandrick into the slot.

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Dallas Cowboys Training Camp 2015 (Photo by Ted Nichols-Payne, KRLD-FM, 105.3 The Fan)

Romo and Witten had Wednesday's practice off.  Nothing to see here.

Terrance Williams has had a lot of drops in my short time here at camp.  It seems like he has issues going over the middle.

Small sample size of course, but I'd be lying if I said his drops haven't stood out a little bit.

Let's keep going, keep it locked in to 105.3 The Fan for the best Cowboys coverage.  Have a great day!

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