Cowboys rookie defensive end Randy Gregory chases 49ers backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert in the first half Sunday.
Cowboys rookie defensive end Randy Gregory chases 49ers backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert in the first half Sunday. Tony Avelar AP
Cowboys rookie defensive end Randy Gregory chases 49ers backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert in the first half Sunday. Tony Avelar AP

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