Dallas Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones said in April that the franchise did not consider changing their off-season training program despite being among the league-leaders in injuries.

However, a few stretching adjustments and additional workout equipment were noticeable during the first week of organized team activities.

Last season, the most common setback in the Cowboys locker room was hamstring injuries. Twelve players suffered some type of strain to the thigh muscle.

Outside of the team’s Valley Ranch locker room, six workout machines and ballet bars have been added to help players avoid similar issues going forward.

“We’ve put a big emphasis on addressing, as an organization, some of the injuries that we’ve had,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said last week.