The Dallas Cowboys begin mandatory minicamp today.
All players have been accounted for, coach Jason Garrett said, including defensive tackle David Irving and right guard Zack Martin.
Irving has been sporadic in his offseason work to date, and will not participate in practice as he works himself back into shape.
Martin has been holding out for a long-term deal that is close to being finalized, and will participate only in individual work. Martin will work on the side during the team portion of practice.
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Other updates from Garrett --
▪ Left tackle Tyron Smith is expected to practice fully. He had been held out the last two team portions of the OTAs with a shoulder injury.
▪ First-round pick Leighton Vander Esch will not practice with an ankle injury he sustained during organized team activities (OTAs). The team does not view it as serious.
▪ Wide receiver Deonte Thompson will not practice with shoulder and Achilles injuries bothering him.
▪ Defensive end Charles Tapper will return after being sidelined with a concussion last week.