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Cowboys rookie review: how did cornerback Jourdan Lewis handle his heavy workload?

With the Cowboys' long offseason underway, let's review the performances of the 2017 rookie class, which had a lot to live up to after Dallas' blockbuster 2016 rookie class that included game-changers by the names of Dak and Zeke and didn't stop there. How will the 2017 class be judged?

Today, we'll continue reviewing Dallas' six draft picks who made the final roster. You can read about fourth-round pick Ryan Switzer here, about sixth-round pick Xavier Woods here, about seventh-round pick Noah Brown here and about the undrafted rookies here.

Jourdan Lewis

Position: cornerback

Draft: third round, 92nd pick overall (Michigan)

2017 stats: 50 tackles, two tackles for loss, 1 interception, 11 passes defended

Notable: Lewis played extensive snaps in his rookie season - 71 percent of all defensive snaps - despite a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the season opener against the Giants. He snagged his first career interception at Denver in Week 2, but didn't come up with another takeaway the rest of the season.

Read the full article at Dallas Morning News