Cowboys News: Prescott practices, Lawrence's message for Hurts, Jerry Jones named in Snyder report

The heat is getting ratcheted up bit by bit as the Cowboys prepare to visit Philadelphia on Sunday night.

 While Dak Prescott practiced some on Thursday, it certainly seems now that Cooper Rush will get the Week 6 start

. The Cowboys brass say things will only get better once Prescott is back, but a team icon asks:

 what happens next if Rush should pull out another win? Two more star Cowboys were limited Thursday,

 and one of the team’s defensive leaders tells why he isn’t sold on the new and improved Jalen Hurts.

And an Eagles All-Pro has some less-than-flattering things to say about the Cowboys fanbase in response to Jason Peters’s NSFW description of the Philly faithful.

Meanwhile, we look into the blockbuster report that Jerry Jones is among the NFL big shots named in dossiers kept by

 Commanders owner Daniel Snyder amid calls for him to be ousted from the league.

, and the Cowboys owner turns 80 years old. All that and more in this edition of News and Notes.

Both superstars went from “did not participate” on Wednesday to “limited” on Thursday,

but is likely to sit out another week rebuilding his grip strength. Parsons, however,

The Eagles quarterback is off to a much better start than he showed last season.

But the Cowboys defensive end isn’t buying what the new and improved Hurts is selling. “

Has he played us?” Lawrence said. “All right… He hasn’t played the Cowboys yet, so we don’t know how good he is.”

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