Cowboy Roundup: Dallas offseason woes; Guyton development

The latest Dallas Cowboys news for Thursday, June 20.
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Let's take a look at some of the Dallas Cowboys news and headlines making the rounds in Cowboys Nation.

Dallas Cowboys' offseason woes

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The Dallas Cowboys were criticized for their approach to the offseason and a lack of moves. ESPN's rankings of every NFL team echoed that sentiment.

But, if there is any silver lining, the Cowboys weren't the worst in the NFL.

Guyton's development is the key

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Tyler Guyton will be thrown into the fire as starting left tackle of the Dallas Cowboys.

After being selected in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, Guyton will face off against reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year Myles Garrett in Week 1 when the Cowboys face the Cleveland Browns.

The key to success this season will be the team's offensive line, and Guyton will play a large part.

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