Training camp is finally here and the Cowboys have gotten off to a rather interesting start. A slew of tweaked hamstrings to go along with a season-ending injury to Tyrone Crawford are not the way to begin the camp of what will be a crucial season under Jason Garrett's reign.
But these are also known as the dog days of summer, and camp is about grinding, building off of the previous day's work and knocking off the rust. The key is staying healthy, but at the same time, giving everyone enough reps to build the proper chemistry and rhythm.
The positional battles and competitions haven't even heated up yet so there is lot of work to be done before the August 4th preseason opener. With camp at such a very early stage it's critical for the coaches and front office to be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of this team with careful monitoring.
It's never too early for any type of assessment especially when you are managing injuries. And that's exactly the predicament the Cowboys are in right now. Questions related to the depth of this football team will quickly come into play and maybe the Cowboys will ultimately find some pleasant surprises.
For now, let's look at just how strong this team is at each position.