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Michael Irvin

No Cowboys running back has separated from the pack

OXNARD, Calif. The No. 1 question going into training camp for the Dallas Cowboys centered on how their running back corps would fill the void left by DeMarco Murray. And that remains a question at the end of camp, although coach Jason Garrett sounded pleased with what he's seen from the group over the past month. Third-year back Joseph Randle is making strides in becoming an all-around player, Darren McFadden is finally healthy and practicing, and Lance Dunbar is the perfect fit as a change-of-pace back. "I feel good about their progress," said Garrett, who rewarded the team by breaking camp a day earlier than expected Thursday. "Darren McFadden hasn't been in...

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