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2020 Schedule
2nd in NFC East
Dez, Zeke, Dak meet up for drills workout (1:05)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Breaking: Travis Frederick has shaved his beard as he has enters retirement. As he expands his Blocking Hunger Foundation, the retired Cowboys center opted to get rid of the beard. “It's coming back but it's definitely more cleaned and trimmed up,” he said. “It's not the football beard. I had a responsibility to grow the beard because I had a job that allowed it. Once you step out into the business world, it's a little less acceptable to run around with a shaggy beard.”

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Cowboys' Smith 'grateful,' wants to inspire others

Aldon Smith, who hasn't played in the NFL since 2015 after being suspended, wants his comeback story "to spread and help out others," he said after he was reinstated by the league.

Ryan Clark calls out Stephen A. on Cowboys: 'You actually love them!' (1:37)
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The Hoop Collective: Horace's Beef With MJ And LeBron's Football Prowess

Horace Grant didn't hold back in his criticism of "The Last Dance," so Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss whether his comments are valid, and if the documentary really missed the mark on Scottie Pippen. Plus, Brian tells some stories of LeBron's former football prowess, leaving the crew to wonder about what type of NFL career he could (or still could?) have had (29:25).

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ESPN Daily: 2020 NFL Offseason Winners And Losers

Pretty much all of the big moves are in the books for the NFL offseason. Brady and Gronk now call Tampa Bay home. DeAndre Hopkins' trade to the Arizona Cardinals continues to baffle fans and experts. Teams like Carolina and Jacksonville seem to be starting their rebuilds. ESPN's NFL guru Bill Barnwell ranks all NFL teams by which ones made the most of this offseason, and which ones' moves left fans scratching their heads.

Aldon Smith reinstated by the NFL (1:53)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

With Aldon Smith reinstated, Randy Gregory remains in the return process, according to his agent, Peter Schaffer. Gregory, who applied for reinstatement after Smith, has had multiple violations of the substance-abuse policy since 2015. “We are very happy for Alden and wish him all the luck in the world and a successful resumption of his career,” Schaffer said. “It's refreshing to see the NFL following through on their stated goal to focus more on rehabbing players than punishing players.”

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Sources: Cowboys DE Smith reinstated by NFL

Cowboys DE Aldon Smith, who hasn't played in an NFL game since he was suspended as a member of the Raiders in 2015 because of legal and substance abuse issues, has been reinstated by the NFL, sources told ESPN.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive end Aldon Smith has been conditionally reinstated by the NFL and will be allowed to take part in the Cowboys' virtual offseason program. Smith met with commissioner Roger Goodell via a virtual call that will led to the reinstatement. Smith has not played in a game since 2015 and signed with the Cowboys last month. He will receive $90,000 per the one-year deal he signed with the team once the reinstatement is official next Tuesday.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Jones was back at The Star on Tuesday as the NFL held a virtual meeting. Jones felt it was important to be back in the office, which were opened under strict guidelines. "In the days and weeks ahead I look forward to welcoming many of our employees back to our workplace," Jones said in a video released by the club. "We're committed to doing what is safe and smart in everything that complies with the rules from the standpoint of our states, our counties, our cities as well as NFL rules."

LeBron James the Cowboy? It was closer than you think (2:00)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys need more production from their cornerbacks who remain, like Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis and Anthony Brown, and their newcomers, Daryl Worley and Maurice Canady, but they believe rookies Trevon Diggs (second round) and Reggie Robinson (fourth round) have the ability to go get the ball. They combined for seven interceptions and 25 pass deflections last season at Alabama and Tulsa, respectively.

NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
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Which teams rewarded Kezirian and Johnson against the spread? (1:11)
10d
Could Dak lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl? Stephen A. weighs in (2:04)
8d
How many tackles does CeeDee Lamb evade on this return? (0:16)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards296.92nd
Rushing Yards134.65th
Points For27.16th
Points Against20.122nd

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