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Cowboys have questions in passing game as training camp opens up in Oxnard

The Dallas Cowboys have lost some star power in the passing game.

Future Hall of Fame tight end Jason Witten retired and Dez Bryant was cut as his production no longer matched his big salary.

Now Dallas will be counting on veteran Cole Beasley and newcomer Allen Hurns to produce plenty of catches and yardage, something both have done in the past.

In 2016 Beasley caught 75 passes and in 2015 Hurns had over 1,000 receiving yards with ten touchdowns for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But Beasley and Hurns both had disappointing seasons in 2017 and will be looking to return to form.

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