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#1 Posted : 12 October 2018 05:50:19(UTC)

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One of the talking points around the Cowboys this offseason was their plan to build a Dak Prescott-friendly offense for the quarterback to run during his third NFL season.

Prescott’s work to prepare to run that offense included a trip to California to work with former NFL quarterback John Beck in the program designed by noted quarterback tutors Tom House and Adam Dedeaux Anthony Zettel Jersey , who have worked with Tom Brady, Jared Goff, Blake Bortles and others over the years. While the results of the work don’t jump off the page, Prescott said he noticed a difference during the team’s offseason work.

“If you’re a quarterback and you study the position and you study the way the body moves, it’s putting force into the ground to get the ball the way you want to,” Prescott said Nazem Kadri Jersey , via “It’s different for me than it is for Goff. We work different parts of it. To the naked eye, not so much is different but guys that do study that, they can see it and I can see it.”

Prescott predicted that the Cowboys are going to surprise people who expect them to struggle this season and their chances of doing so will rest heavily on the quarterback’s shoulders.

Buffalo Bills receiver Zay Jones has had knee surgery that will prevent him from participating in the team's series of spring practices.

Coach Sean McDermott wouldn't discuss the nature of the injury or which knee was operated on in providing the update Thursday, when the Bills closed a three-day voluntary minicamp. He also didn't have a timetable for when Jones could resume practicing, but said he's not concerned about the rehab process extending into the season.

McDermott said the injury had been bothering Jones for some time, and the team and player decided to have surgery as soon as possible.

It's the second operation for Jones , who had surgery in January to repair a shoulder injury.

Jones was Buffalo's second-round pick out of East Carolina, and struggled to make a consistent impact in his rookie season. He finished with 27 catches for 314 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games, including 10 starts.

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