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Dak Prescott condemns recent team fights, but loves the passion shown by Cowboys

The final padded practice for the Dallas Cowboys during their time in Oxnard, California, was marred by a series of altercations between members of the offensive and defensive units.

According to safety Jayron Kearse, these fights demonstrated the defense's resolve and refusal to be intimidated. Likewise, quarterback Dak Prescott shared a similar perspective regarding the offense, stating that they refuse to be seen as inferior.

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The skirmishes highlighted the determination of both sides to establish their strength when facing other teams.

"For me, to see the passion," Prescott noted on Thursday.

"It's a testament to what we've all put into this thing - what the offense has put in and the confidence that has grown, and the defense and who they believe that they are.

"It's been 10 padded practices and a lot of time going against one other is what that is. It means you're ready to play somebody else. You're ready to unleash your passion."

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The upcoming opportunity for the Cowboys to compete against another team in Seattle on Saturday offers a chance to gauge their progress.

They also have several more weeks to fine-tune their teamwork before showcasing their intensity in meaningful games that contribute to their standings.

"That's a credit to everything that we've really put into this team and into both units - feeling like we're nobody's little brother," Prescott added.

"I told the offense the other day that I grew up being a little brother, and that's not happening anymore."

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