Here are 10 things we learned about cowboys after week 1 of OTAs …
1. Dak Prescott's team made a counterpart in contract negotiations
Contract talks between Cowboys and Dak Prescott have emerged.
Dallas made the first offer. Prescott said Wednesday that his representatives have responded with a counter-proposal.
"I can't really say," Prescott said when asked how close the proposals were. "It's one on each side. This is my first time doing this. Ask me in a few years and I can tell you," OK, we sent this and they sent it. "is about to get it done." But right now I'm learning the process too, and just let my team handle their business. "
2. Connor Williams working on the left tackle
After choosing guard / center Connor McGovern with their third round pick in the NFL draft, some asked what might mean for the future placement of the guard Connor Williams on the Cowboys Offensive Line: During Wednesday's OTA training, Cowboys may have given a glimpse of what it might be.
Cowboy's first team offensive line during team drills was Williams left tackle, Xavier Su & # 39; a-Filo left guard, Joe Looney in the center, Zack Martin on the right watch and La & ll; ll's right tackle. Travis Frederick was the first team center during individual exercises. Rookie Connor McGovern worked with second team on the left guard.
3. Robert Quin's raised fist during the national anthem is not a problem for the cowboys ̵
Will Quinn continues to push his right fist into the air during anthem now, where he will be in a Cowboys uniform? 59004] "Right now, I'm just focused on football," said the veteran after Wednesday's practice. "I've been talking about it for a while.
" Right now I'm focused on football and we can see where it goes. "
Quinn and the cowboys can kick this on the road for now. The player will not be asked to stand for the anthem before the team opens the preseason against San Francisco on August 10.
4. Cowboys don't believe Las Vegas incident involving Ezekiel Elliott will have no consequences for us
Jerry Jones does not believe in an incident involving Ezekiel Elliott at the weekend will result in any penalties for NFL's leading rusher.  "The most important thing is that I can't see anything that needs support," said Jones on Thursday from a groundbreaking event at The Star to serve as one of the two headquarters buildings of Keurig Dr Pepper. His status with us has not been affected in any way. "
" Frankly, I know how conscientious he has been in the offseason and that's good enough. No, I don't see any consequences for us. "
5. Randall Cobbs Days as QB Helps Him Learn Cowboys" Offense
In the initial stages, Cobb fits in well. He picks up the violence quickly. a prep quarterback in Tennessee and his college snaps behind the center of Kentucky.
"His background for playing the quarterback really shows. When he asks what number am I in reading. When he had to come in and block a guy in the box, you didn't even have to move him. You look up and he is already in the box, "Prescott explained. He has been great, he will benefit this team."
The 28-year-old recipient agrees.
"I have a special ability because I have been able to play both [quarterback and receiver] posts and have an understanding of his progress and how it ties to my football on certain games and just trying to use it to help out, "Cobb said.
6. Dak Prescott and Jon Kitna develop a good coach and quarterback relationship
Jason Garrett is encouraged by the relationship he sees building between Jon Kitna and Dak Prescott as the cowboys enter their second week of organized team activities.
"I think they have been really good," said Garrett. "I think they have many similar qualities if you think of them as humans."
"I think it's good to have a new vote for Roof, one that again I think I believe in the things we believe in, but might present it a little differently. Hopefully it is resonated with Dak and the other quarterbacks. "
7. Pro Bowl linebacker Leighton Vander Esch has a pelvic problem
Vander Esch was among the cowboy players who did not participate in Wednesday's organized team activities at The Star.
Cowboy coach Jason Garrett said that Vander Esch was held out because of a "pelvic problem he has been on."
8. Certain veterans were sidelined on Wednesday's session available to the media
Veterans including TE Jason Witten, LB Sean Lee, LT Tyron Smith, CB Byron Jones, OT Cameron Fleming, WR Allen Hurns, DT Christian Covington, DE Taco Charlton, DE Lawrence, DE Tyrone Crawford, DT Antwaun Woods and WR Tavon Austin did not participate during Wednesday's practice.
9. Tony Pollard is out on an impressive start
The newbie runs back, probably made the most impressive game of the day in the long run during team training at the end of the exercise, if the players were wearing pads and tackling, Pollard didn't hit the 40-yard touchdown run. But it was remarkable to see how he put his athletics on the screen, woven in and out of defenders.
His movements were so impressive that Elliott ran 50 meters down the track after the game to meet Pollard in the closing area, shouting at the party.
10. Jon & Vea Johnson's speed is exhibited
The rookie wide receiver out of Toledo brings instantaneous speed to the group. He was one of Cowboys' 30 pre-draft national visitors, whom they were able to sign last month as an undrafted rookie free agent
"Jon & # 39; Vea the last two days, his speed and athleticism and how happy he is, has shown up here a little earlier than we thought it would, "said Lal Wednesday," because we think he should treat. Most young guys think a lot. He has done a good job learning his plays and getting out here and showing what he can do. "
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