Two big concerns that Dallas Cowboys training camp can’t resolve
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By Brad Austin

Every August, the Dallas Cowboys rely on training camp to solve roster concerns. There are a few questions the 2019 camp just can’t answer.

There’s no doubt this installment of Dallas Cowboys training camp will be rarer than most. The team will start off with fewer glaring holes than recent memory.

Both sides of the ball have plenty of capable talent. No position group is concerning enough to be viewed as a detrimental weak link. The best part of it all is even the depth battles will be loaded with exciting talent and hunger. Prepare for war.

While many of the roster questions will be answered in August, there are still a few concerns this camp can’t resolve. Or better put, there are a few players in which camp simply can’t inspire confidence in fans that a major issue won’t arise in season.

This is no knock on starting kicker Brett Maher, but he’s proven to be exactly the player Dallas signed in 2018. After four years in the Canadian Football League, Maher made 78.1% of his career field goal attempts.

After a subpar rookie year in the CFL, his final two seasons were identical in accuracy.  41 of 50 (82%) on field goals each season, with a long of 58. Even at Nebraska he had a career average of 78%, with one season at...

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