FRISCO -- Thursday's minicamp practice marked the end of the offseason program for the Dallas Cowboys. They will now have five weeks before they report for the start of training camp in Oxnard, Calif.
Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have talked about getting players together during these upcoming off weeks to work out so they can stay focused and on the top of their game.
"I think we definitely need to do that this offseason," Elliott said. "I've already started talking to Dak about it because we have a lot of young receivers and guys with a lot of skill that don't have much experience in the pros.
"I think if they want to make the impact that they could make this season, then they're going to have to come and work these next five weeks. They're going to have to come in and throw with Dak. It's going to be important for us to put in some work these next five weeks."
Despite Elliott's heavy workload the last two seasons, he's expected to get even more touches in Year 3, something Elliott said he's "all for."