News: Lawrence post-surgery drills, Cowboys contemplate Collins future
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By Todd Brock

Encouraging news on the DeMarcus Lawrence Watch for the Dallas Cowboys, accolades for the team’s twin terrors at linebacker.  Meanwhile at headquarters, the Cowboys’ in-house media team take a look at what the Cowboys might be able to get in a La’el Collins trade, and why it’s probably far-fetched.

The Cowboys continue their offseason, with many players hosting football camps and putting in time contributing to their communities. While they enjoy their time off the field, training camp preparation for the 2019 season and a return to the field looms in the not-so-distant future. The offense is reportedly speeding things up, all this and more ahead in this edition of Cowboys News.

The surgery DeMarcus Lawrence underwent on April 10 to repair a torn labrum came with a generally-agreed-upon timetable of four to six months for a return. Lawrence himself predicted he “should be back before the beginning of the season,” which would put his rehab at the short end of that range. Turns out the Cowboys’ superstar defensive end may even be ahead of that schedule.

In a brief but action-packed video clip posted to Twitter, Lawrence is seen working out with teammates Taco Charlton, Maliek Collins, and Daniel Ross. Less than 80 days after his shoulder procedure, Lawrence doesn’t appear to be moving or hitting with noticeably less intensity than his fellow Hot...

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