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Cowboys vs Cardinals: The Dallas Cowboys play a football game tomorrow. Read that sentence again, I’ll help you out. At 7 PM Central Time on Thursday, the Cowboys will be facing the Arizona Cardinals from Canton, Ohio in the 2017 Hall of Fame game.

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The football itself surely will not be perfect – a virtual extension of the scrimmages that have produced some fan-favorite Cowboys videos from Oxnard – but it will be a formidable test for an entirely revamped secondary that has generated plenty of buzz to start training camp.

A Cowboys’ offense full of big names has struggled to dominate consistently in camp against rookie defensive backs trying to make names for themselves too such as Chidobe Awuzie, Xavier Woods, Marquez White, and Jourdan Lewis.

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Awuzie has been given the Byron Jones treatment in his first camp, getting reps at both safety and cornerback as he did at Colorado. The Cowboys’ second round pick has made standout plays on the ball from both spots and could work his way into the starting lineup as early as week one against the Giants at home.

Xavier Woods finds himself behind some veterans at safety – a position in need of players to step up and define their roles – but has made the most of every rep with the drive for the football that made him a draft crush for many out of Louisiana Tech.

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The Dallas Cowboys want to prove their surprisingly successful 2016 season was not a fluke as they start their 2017 preseason campaign. The Cowboys will face the Arizona Cardinals to kick off the preseason schedule on Thursday night (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, NBC) in the Hall of Fame Game from Canton, Ohio.

Perhaps even more exciting are the strides that young leaders on the back-end of Rod Marinelli’s defense have made, with Byron Jones getting his hands on even more passes at safety.

The football itself surely will not be perfect – a virtual extension of the scrimmages that have produced some fan-favorite Cowboys videos from Oxnard – but it will be a formidable test for an entirely revamped secondary that has generated plenty of buzz to start training camp.

A Cowboys’ offense full of big names has struggled to dominate consistently in camp against rookie defensive backs trying to make names for themselves too such as Chidobe Awuzie, Xavier Woods, Marquez White, and Jourdan Lewis.

Awuzie has been given the Byron Jones treatment in his first camp, getting reps at both safety and cornerback as he did at Colorado. The Cowboys’ second round pick has made standout plays on the ball from both spots and could work his way into the starting lineup as early as week one against the Giants at home.

Xavier Woods finds himself behind some veterans at safety – a position in need of players to step up and define their roles – but has made the most of every rep with the drive for the football that made him a draft crush for many out of Louisiana Tech.

Perhaps even more exciting are the strides that young leaders on the back-end of Rod Marinelli’s defense have made, with Byron Jones getting his hands on even more passes at safety.

Even converted quarterback Jameill Showers ended Tuesday’s practice with an interception as a safety.

Cowboys Vs Cardinals: Dallas’ Young DBs Prepared For First Test

The first live test for the DBs is going to be a fierce one, as they could not ask for a better passing offense to attempt to slow down than that of the Cardinals.

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