Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Preview: Depth Chart, Sleepers and Predictions

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Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Preview: Depth Chart, Sleepers and Predictions
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It's that time of year again—the Dallas Cowboys will begin training camp in Oxnard, California, on July 24. 

During training camp, the front office and coaching staff will have to shrink the roster from 90 players to 53, in addition to eight practice-squad members. 

The main theme of any NFL training camp is competition. Players will be competing against their teammates and themselves throughout the rigors of camp. 

These men will be tested mentally and physically throughout their stay in Oxnard. Players will have to take what they learn in meetings and seamlessly transfer that to the practice field. Hesitation from a player could be the deciding factor between making the team and getting cut. 

Coaches will put these players through multiple individual and team drills, hoping to achieve various goals. Some individual drills will be focused on improving technique, while others will test how well players utilize the technique. 

Even though training camp may get monotonous at times, the Cowboys will have some notable practices that should break up the doldrums of camp. On August 3, the Blue and White scrimmage will take place, which will pit the Cowboys against one another in a full-contact scrimmage. On August 12-13, the Cowboys will practice alongside the Oakland Raiders

Now that we know what training camp is from a broad perspective, let's take a look at some of the specifics, including training camp sleepers, position battles, the biggest questions surrounding the Cowboys and a very premature 53-man roster projection. 

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