Setting Realistic Training Camp Expectations for Dallas Cowboys Rookie Class

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Setting Realistic Training Camp Expectations for Dallas Cowboys Rookie Class
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For the Dallas Cowboys to improve on their 2013 season, they must get significant contributions from their rookie class. 

The Cowboys need their rookies, drafted and undrafted, to get through the inevitable learning curve quickly. The expectations for this rookie class are higher than most, whether it is a player filling the hole left by a legend or a player expected to solidify an entire position group.

However, are these expectations warranted? Can these players realistically meet these expectations, or are they too high?

Also, what about the late-round draft picks and undrafted free agents. What are some realistic expectations of these players?

Throughout the rest of this article we will explore and answer each of these questions.

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