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Inside how Dak Prescott plans to build chemistry with the Cowboys' group of 'no-name' receivers

FRISCO -- Quarterback Dak Prescott and his group of mostly "no-name" receivers, as offensive coordinator Scott Linehan describes them currently, officially end their offseason program Thursday with the final minicamp practice at The Star.

Along with the rest of the team, they'll split for five weeks off before training camp starts in Oxnard, Calif. in late July. But at least some receivers will reunite during the break to work with Prescott. The schedule and plan is fluid, but the group will get together out of town to hone the passing game - which continues to be one of the biggest areas of outside skepticism ahead of the 2018 season.