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Cowboys Complete Successful Blue-White Scrimmage

The Blue-White Scrimmage marks the halfway point of the Cowboys training camp in Oxnard


A packed house watched the Dallas Cowboys annual Blue-White scrimmage expecting to see fireworks. In truth, it was rather uneventful. Nobody was seriously injured, there wasn't a single fight but the scrimmage was competitive.

Tony Romo in particular was accurate and precise with this throws. No. 9 spread the ball around, but Jason Witten and Dez Bryant caught several passes.

Bryant in particular was involved with two highlights plays. The first looked scary, as Romo's deep ball in the end zone found Bryant until corner back Brandon Carr ripped it out. Simultaneously, Bryant's helmet went flying through the back of the end zone. Everyone was fine.

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A few plays later during a 2-minute drill, Romo went deep again to Bryant. This time, No. 88 burned Carr for a touchdown catch and threw up the "X" to an excited crowd.

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