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July 31, 2011

Garrett: It's ugly, but the Cowboys' young players are keeping up

Asked if there’s a pleasant surprise in camp yet, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said it’s the way the team’s youngest players have absorbed the information thrown at them.

“It’s ugly. Don’t get me wrong. It’s ugly on both sides of the ball,” Garrett said. “It’s not real clean. We have a long way to go. There is a lot of information that each side is presenting to the other side, and for them to hang in there and survive, we’re pleasantly surprised by that.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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