Cowboys Offseason Program: Dallas Hits The Field For Workouts

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 24: Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates with Dan Bailey #5 of the Dallas Cowboys after Bailey kicked the game winning field goal during the Thanksgiving Day game at Cowboys Stadium on November 24, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. The Dallas Cowboys beat the Miami Dolphins 20-19. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Voluntary workouts begin for Dallas as it looks to erase last year's disappointment.

The Cowboys will get a 10-week window for their nine-week offseason programs. Programs cannot exceed four workouts per player in a week and they are limited to weekdays. These initial practices are entirely voluntary, with mandatory minicamps not starting until June.

There will be three phases to the workouts, all spelled out in the CBA.

The Cowboys, a team hit hard by injuries last season, won't see everyone return during these workouts. Running back DeMarco Murray and corner back Mike Jenkins are not expected to practice on Monday.

There should be an appearance, though, by wide receiver Raymond Radway, who will be in the mix for the third receiver job. Radway, who is recovering from a broken leg, began running about a month ago.

For all the latest news, rumors and analysis on the Cowboys off-season, stay tuned to SB Nation Dallas' exclusive storystream and head over to Blogging The Boys.

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