Previewing the Training Camp Battles of the Dallas Cowboys (Offense)

Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) /
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In a mere four weeks, the Dallas Cowboys will begin their training camp in Oxnard, California.

On July 24th, they are projected to arrive in Southern California. The Dallas Cowboys won’t start practicing in full pads for a few more days at the earliest. Our focus will be on analyzing and breaking down some of the most intriguing potential position battles until that time arrives.

Those of you who read my work know that I have little regard for organized team activities or mini-camps. Only after the pads are put on, does the actual work begin.

Throughout the summer, I have been contemplating various topics related to the Dallas Cowboys and have written down my musings in a few different areas of interest.

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It’s the time of year known as the dog days of summer. Even though there’s not much going on now, everyone wants more Dallas Cowboys football-related content.

Join me as we take a closer look at some intriguing offensive position battles to watch during Dallas Cowboys training camp.

1. Dallas Cowboys Quarterbacks

Dak Prescott holds the role of starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. We are not entertaining any argument on this matter, as it has been deemed conclusive.

Cooper Rush will serve as Dak’s backup. The Dallas team has knowledge of Cooper Rush’s strengths and weaknesses and are aware of his capabilities.

If given the opportunity to play with the first team, Will Grier could benefit. Such thinking is unrealistic with the installation of a new offensive scheme.

There’s no QB camp rivalry to be found here. Nonetheless, I felt it was necessary to bring this up. Let us continue moving forward, shall we?