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  • Former Cowboys DT embraces buzz, offers Prescott reality check

    Chad Hennings, winner of three Super Bowls during his nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, says the early success by rookie QB Dak Prescott in training camp "speaks volumes" about the player's NFL potential. But he offered a reminder Wednesday that Cowboys fans should not get too excited about any player's performance in preseason games. Video by Jimmy Burch.

Chad Hennings, winner of three Super Bowls during his nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, says the early success by rookie QB Dak Prescott in training camp "speaks volumes" about the player's NFL potential. But he offered a reminder Wednesday that Cowboys fans should not get too excited about any player's performance in preseason games. Video by Jimmy Burch. jburch@star-telegram.com
Chad Hennings, winner of three Super Bowls during his nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, says the early success by rookie QB Dak Prescott in training camp "speaks volumes" about the player's NFL potential. But he offered a reminder Wednesday that Cowboys fans should not get too excited about any player's performance in preseason games. Video by Jimmy Burch. jburch@star-telegram.com

Hennings praises Prescott but issues reality check for Cowboys’ fans

August 24, 2016 4:50 PM