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Report: Late Cowboy decides when he'll show up

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Suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving will reportedly show up to training camp in Oxnard, California to rejoin his teammates after missing his physical on Friday. 

Per the Dallas News, the 23-year-old defensive lineman failed to show up with the rest of his teammates on Friday. Irving missed a conditioning run and a physical by not showing up the day before the Cowboys fly to Oxnard, Calif.

Irving is suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing drugs. He can take part in training camp and pre-season games but can't take the field during the regular season until the first week of October.

Irving could be subject to a $40,000 fine for the absence, according to the NFL collective bargaining agreement.

Over two seasons in Dallas, Irving has registered 30 tackles and 4.5 sacks. 

Cowboys stat wide receiver Dez Bryant, who was late Friday, is expected to be fined by the team for his tardiness, sources said.

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Source: Dallas News · Photo Credit: Keystone Press Agency