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At Least the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Aren't Locked Out

The Rangers lost a game because Matt Harrison walked two guys and then coughed up a home to the White Sox No. 9 hitter. We've dissected Dirk. And the Stars ... who knows cares?

At least there is news with our Cowboys. Sorta.

While the NFL lockout storms toward its June 3 court date, players are working out but teams are stagnant. But not, alas, the cheerleading teams.

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The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are preparing for a full, unbridled season with their annual tryouts that commenced last weekend.

And if you thought this has all been a long-winded, cheap way to get to some hot pics on a gray day well, then, you know me better than I know myself.

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