By David Helman
FOX Sports Dallas Cowboys Writer
OXNARD, Calif. — With all due respect to a lot of former Cowboys defensive backs, something feels different in 2022.
It used to feel like a rite of summer to come out to the West Coast and watch this team’s receivers put on a show. From Dez Bryant and Miles Austin to Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb, it was common as recently as last year to watch a Dallas wideout take over training camp.
For the record, Lamb is playing just fine in his third NFL training camp. But this time around it feels more like a fair fight, because, for all the criticism the Cowboys’ secondary has taken over the past decade or so, this one has opened camp at about as high a level as possible.
“I feel like the defense is finally catching up, and we finally can match