Tuesday Cowboys Roundup

The Cowboys started another round of OTAs today, and naturally after all of the talk about conflicts and holdouts, Tony Romo and Patrick Crayton were both there. Here are some other Cowboys related items from around the net today:

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Blogging The Boys provides a Passer's Rating primer replete with charts and graphs.

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Todd Archer took quick looks at what to watch for today, what actually caught his eye during practice, and a look at Anthony Spencer's transformation from perennial uncertainty to star. 

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DC.com has pieces on two intriguing rookie defenders, Sean Lissemore and Akwasi Owuso-Ansah

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Tim McMahon and Calvin Watkins hosted an OTA chat over on ESPN DFW's blog. McMahon still thinks that Marion Barber is a complementary back and no more.

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Gerry Fraley says that Jay Ratliff will be back practicing Wednesday.

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And yesterday, Rafael Vela back at BTB shared part one of his series on how the ball will be distributed in the Cowboys offense this season. He takes a look at the baseline numbers this offense has posted under Jason Garrett.

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