Practice Points: Gallup’s Dez Bryant Impression
September 1, 2020 10:04AM CDT
FRISCO, Texas – This may be the last opportunity for a practice notebook in 2020.
No, training camp isn’t officially over yet. The Cowboys still have a handful of practices before roster cuts must be made. But with no preseason to worry about, the team may be shifting into its regular season schedule earlier than usual – which means practice windows of just 20 or so minutes for members of the media.
If that’s the case, Monday’s practice was an entertaining one. After practicing at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, the team came back to The Star and got some good work in.
Here’s a notebook:
- Michael Gallup did his best Dez Bryant impression in this practice. During the seven-on-seven period, Dak Prescott looked for Gallup breaking outside toward the back pylon of the end zone. To be honest, the throw looked way too high. It didn’t even look like Gallup had a chance at it – until he skied up over his defender and came down with it. What’s more, Gallup managed to cradle it, one-handed while bringing it down. It was hard to tell from a distance whether Gallup got both of his feet down, but it was an amazing effort.