Jun 17, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (88) catches footballs for a drill during minicamp at Cowboys headquarters at Valley Ranch. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Drops a problem for Cowboys, Dez Bryant early in camp

The Dallas Cowboys are hoping to take the next step in the 2014 season and get to the 2014 playoffs. It is still early in training camp and certainly not cause for concern as players are just getting back into the groove and rhythm with their teammates, but there were some dropped balls on the Cowboys third day of training camp.

From the Dallas Morning News:

WR Dez Bryant had a dropped pass in individual drills and in team drills.

It wasn’t just Bryant dropping passes either, Dwayne Harris dropped a perfectly thrown pass as well.

WR Dwayne Harris dropped a deep pass down the left sideline that was perfectly thrown by QB Brandon Weeden. Harris beat CB B.W. Webb on the play-action pass. Harris also muffed the first kickoff of the evening practice. Coach Jason Garrett yelled at him, “Come on now.”

Despite the drops quarterback Tony Romo looked solid.

QB Tony Romo participated in his first contact practice in seven months, but he wasn’t touched. The first nine plays of team drills with Romo under center were all runs. Later in team drills, Romo was 2-for-4 passing and he completed 7-of-8 passes in 7-on-7 drills.

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