2013-2014 TRAINING CAMP UPDATE: Jason Garrett press conference–Day 3 review

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Jason Garrett Press Conference – 7-23-2013 (Duration – 21:27)

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett speaks to the media during his daily press conference in Oxnard, California. Garrett discussed:

  • Anthony Spencer’s upcoming surgery,
  • DeMarcus Ware impact with teammates,
  • player experimentation with the new Kiffin defense,
  • Jason Hatcher fit in the 4-3 scheme,
  • Jason Witten leadership,
  • Witten fighting through injury early last season,
  • Kyle Wilbur transition to defensive end,
  • Dez Bryant’s attitude and maturity,
  • respect that Dez is drawing from NFL defensive coordinators,
  • Bryant’s determination to play with broken finger last season,
  • importance of spreading the ball around on offense,
  • evaluation and changes related to last season’s outcome,
  • rule changes regarding helmet contact,
  • Know-and-know-you-know expression,
  • creating competitive situations, philosophy,
  • embracing change and chemistry regarding new coaches,
  • Gavin Escobar key to success,
  • inside information on today’s activity from training camp, and
  • how the Dallas Cowboys 2013-2014 roster is shaping up.

Note: Today was the first day that players practiced with pads.

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