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2019 Schedule
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10hChris Mortensen

Agent: Elliott irked by Jones' 'Zeke who?' quip

Ezekiel Elliott was not amused by Saturday's "Zeke who?" quip from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and thought it was "disrespectful," according to his agent.

Stephen A.: Jerry Jones is trying to agitate Zeke (1:45)
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15hNFL Nation

Training camp MVPs for all 32 NFL teams

NFL Nation tabs Mr. Training Camp for every team, from the reigning Defensive Player of the Year to a potential quarterback of the future.

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1dTodd Archer

Zeke won't face charges for Vegas incident

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott will not face charges from Las Vegas police for an alleged assault that occurred in May, according to Frank Salzano, one of Elliott's attorneys and agents.

Witten knows he has a lot to prove (0:38)
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2dTodd Archer

Cowboys' Witten: 'Jitters were real' in return

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten made his preseason debut on Saturday after coming out of retirement and admitted to having "jitters" in his first game action since Dec. 31, 2017.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

After last week's preseason opener against the San Francisco 49ers, Jerry Jones said Tony Pollard has shown he could be an every-down back. On Sunday, the owner and general manager was asked if Pollard is the best negotiating ploy the Cowboys have in talks with Ezekiel Elliott. “Zeke who?” Jones joked. Pollard had 51 yards on the Cowboys' first drive that ended with his 14-yard touchdown run. “He knows exactly what to do, and he knows how to do it, so it is, he goes out there and he plays to that level,” Jones said. “If he continues this through the next several weeks, he's going to be right in the middle of it early, and that will really complement what we're doing with Zeke. Not replace that. And I mean that, not replace that. Nobody's getting cute here, but it'll certainly be a great complement … I can picture those guys same sets at the same times out there and really giving those defenses fits.”

Phillips comes up with no-look interception (0:21)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have ended a five-game preseason losing streak with their 14-10 win against the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday. Cooper Rush did his best to win the backup quarterback job behind Dak Prescott with a touchdown pass to Devin Smith. Next up for the Cowboys: a flight home and their first training camp practices in Texas starting on Tuesday.

Dak finds Gallup for 31-yard gain (0:15)
Pollard goes up the middle for 14-yard TD (0:15)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Devin Smith with a 6-yard touchdown catch on a fade pass from Cooper Rush is just a continuation of what has been a strong past week for the receiver. The former second-round pick of the New York Jets has made the most of his opportunities with Amari Cooper nursing a sore heel and days of rest that have been given to Tavon Austin and Randall Cobb while in Oxnard.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Witten on his first game action since the 2017 regular-season finale: “It felt really good. I was very anxious to get out there and play. It is just the next step in the comeback,” Witten said in halftime quotes from the team. “I worked really hard to get back in shape. I hold myself to a high standard, so I can say it was not perfect. I got a little antsy early but had a big third down conversion on an option route. That was big. Thirteen plays, it was a good drive for us offensively. I think this is just the next step.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike White's first two preseason appearances have not gone well. He was sacked three times last week vs. San Francisco and was intercepted in the third quarter vs. the Rams to end his night with 30 yards on 7-of-13 passing. In the preseason, he is averaging 3.5 yards per attempt. The battle to be Dak Prescott's backup Cooper Rush has not materialized but could the Cowboys look for help elsewhere?

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys trail the Los Angeles Rams, 10-7, at halftime. The Rams' touchdown came off a muffed punt. Brett Maher hooked a 52-yard field goal attempt wide. The defense gave up three pass plays of 10 yards and the backup defenders missed too many tackles. On the good side: Dak Prescott completed 5-of-5 passes, Tony Pollard had 51 yards of total offense, including the 14-yard touchdown run and Jason Witten had a third-down catch. For all of the bragging the Cowboys do on their depth, it never really reveals itself in the preseason.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott completed all five passes for 64 yards on his only drive of the night with the highlight coming on a 31-yard deep ball to Michael Gallup. He mixed the ball to his running backs, receivers and tight ends on the drive. He also took one sack. Prescott is now 9-of-9 for 87 yards in two preseason games, 21 plays.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Put those points on Reggie Davis' muffed punt but couple interesting thoughts on the defense: Jaylon Smith was not on the field at the end of that drive. Perhaps he had a small play count because of knee soreness that knocked him out of one practice. The Cowboys are alternating Anthony Brown and Jourdan Lewis in the slot with the first group in the nickel defense.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Witten's first catch for the Cowboys in his return picks up a first down on third-and-6. Same as it ever was. On the next play, Tony Pollard runs 14 yards for a touchdown. The rookie running back touched the ball six times on the drive. He had five runs for 42 yards and one catch for 8 yards.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Witten will play tonight for the first time since the 2017 regular-season finale when the Cowboys take on the Rams. Before the game he was able to catch up with his former head coach, Wade Phillips, now the Rams defensive coordinator.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Checking in early from Aloha Stadium where the Cowboys play the Rams in their second preseason game. The Cowboys starters are set to play a certain amount of snaps but the Rams left 20 of 22 starters in California. One thing to watch: the heat. It's in the upper 80s and humid and the Cowboys' sideline will be on the sun for most of the game.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyron Smith did not take part in the last padded practice in Oxnard, California, and he did not make the trip to Honolulu with the Cowboys. Smith had been getting days off during camp as he has battled back, elbow and knee injuries in the last few seasons. With a long flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii and then back to Dallas after Saturday's preseason game, the Cowboys opted to send their Pro Bowl left tackle home with Pro Bowl guard Zack Martin, who is also dealing with a back issue. Cameron Fleming will replace Smith Saturday.

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