After skipping voluntary camp due to a contract dispute, Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz did report to mandatory minicamp.
Had Schultz skipped the minicamp, he would have been subject to fines totaling more than $95,000 over the three days.
Schultz, 25, informed the Cowboys he would not be at the OTAs with the hope of jump-starting negotiations on a long-term deal. The Cowboys placed the $10.9 million franchise tag on Schultz at the start of the offseason, and while talks have picked up recently, a deal is not considered close. If the sides are unable to reach an agreement by July 15, Schultz will have to play the season on the tag.