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Last season the Dallas Cowboys offense was among the league leaders in yards gained but struggled to get the ball into the end zone.

“That’s a huge area for us to work on,” said Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten. ” I think we all understand that and know that.”

In an attempt to correct its red zone issues, the Cowboys drafted all-American wide out Dez Bryant.

“This day was one of the best days of my life because I am on a team that I always dreamed about being on,” said Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant.

The Dallas Cowboys wide receivers are loaded with talent.

“We are paper champs,” said Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams. “I mean it looks good on paper but we are going to have to come out here and work.”

“We are really really talented from top to bottom,” said Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Kevin Ogletree. We have ten guys out there and we are all working. It builds our unit stronger, makes our team better and competition brings out the best in me.”

“The thing that impresses me most about our receiver and really our whole football team is how guys approach their job,” said Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. “There is great enthusiasm for playing football and great enthusiasm for learning.”

With break out star Miles Austin and pro bowler Roy Williams head lining this wide receiver core, the young Dallas Cowboys wide receivers have their work cut out for them.

“I just want to help as much as I can,” said Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Manuel Johnson. “I want to win even if I have to play a lot of special teams.”

“I have always had a lot to prove so I am always going to work hard regardless,” said Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Sam Hurd.

As training camp progresses the wide receiving core is emerging as one of the deepest and most talented units in the NFL.

“We work well together,” said Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton. “Everyone wants to talk about Super Bowl. Our most important game right now is the Washington Redskins. We have fun together. We push each other and make each other better.”

Having depth and talent at the wide receiver position may be the answer for the Dallas Cowboys offense to get back to the playoffs.

Take a look at the video in HD from Dallas Cowboys training camp produced by DFW Reporting above!

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Hey Dallas! I am originally from Orange, California and grew up playing softball, soccer, basketball, and track. I also participated in television commercials and movies during my childhood. After graduating high school, I accepted a full scholarship to the University of Oklahoma to play softball for the Sooners. I was an elite scholar athlete all four years at University of Oklahoma. I was a 3 time All-American, 2007 Big 12 Player of the Year, and Academic All-American. I have traveled and played internationally representing the USA in Pan American Games in Hermosillo, Mexico; The Junior Olympics in Nanjing, China and The University Games in Tai’nan City, Taiwan. During my time at Oklahoma I completed an internship at KWTV News 9 in Oklahoma City, and worked as a freelance reporter for the Oklahoma High School Sports Express television show. I also worked as the Sooner Sports Network Softball Color analyst both on the radio and television. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications in 2007, and was the 7th pick in the first round of the National Pro-Fast pitch League draft. After two successful seasons with the Akron Racers I returned home to California, where I continued my career in sports broadcasting. I worked in the media department of the WNBA Los Angeles Sparks. I also worked in the sports department at CBS/KCAL 9 in Los Angeles. I have recently found my way to the Dallas area to follow my dream of being a sports reporter. I currently work as the sideline reporter for the Millennium Sports Network, and I am extremely excited to begin work at DFWreporting.com. I Enjoy athletics, travel, entertainment, and adventure! If you have a story idea please feel free to contact me at NDickson@dfwreporting.com. I look forward to hearing from you!

 

3 Responses to “Dallas Cowboys wide receivers could be best in NFL [HD]”

  1. TANNER Says:

    Another great report. Love Ms. Dickson’s sports reporting. Please do more. This is awesome. Go Cowboys!

  2. Chris Ghanbari Says:

    TANNER you rock!

  3. Gomer Says:

    Lame.

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