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OXNARD, Calif. – The ultimate goal of any training camp is to get the team ready to play for the regular season, in particular, the Week 1 matchup.
However, the Cowboys have a unique situation this year in having a pair of players who will be able to practice but not eligible to play until Week 5 of the regular season.
OXNARD, Calif. – The ‘Boys are back in town. For a full month.
The Dallas Cowboys have returned to Oxnard for their 10th training camp on the West Coast since 2001 – the groundwork for what they hope will be a special season as defending NFC East champions.
IRVING, Texas -- As the Cowboys prepare to leave for training camp in August, they got some news that's bound to affect them in October.
The NFL announced Tuesday afternoon that it has upheld the four-game suspension for New England quarterback Tom Brady for his role in the oft-discussed "DeflateGate" scandal this past January.
Despite completing four weeks of OTAs and minicamp practices, several things remain unsettled for the Cowboys. When the team reports to training camp on July 28 in Oxnard, Calif., several questions still need answers.
The staff writers at DallasCowboys.com – Rob Phillips, David Helman, Nick Eatman and Bryan Broaddus – have attempted to answer these questions before the start of training camp.
IRVING, Texas - The day before the Cowboys are set to depart for training camp in Oxnard, Calif., the team made some roster moves, including cutting a running back that figured to be in the mix to compete during training camp.
However, the Cowboys have decided to place Ryan Williams, who spent all of last year on the practice squad, on the waived/injured list. Williams, a second-round pick (38th overall) of the Cardinals in 2011, has battled through injuries during his career and even had a few minor setbacks this offseason.
Despite completing four weeks of OTAs and mini-camp practices, several things remain unsettled for the Cowboys. When the team reports to training camp Tuesday in Oxnard, Calif., several questions still need answers.
The staff writers at DallasCowboys.com – Rob Phillips, David Helman, Nick Eatman and Bryan Broaddus – will attempt to answer these questions before the start of training camp.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Jason Garrett and the Cowboys’ coaching staff spent Monday speaking to approximately 500 youth, middle and high school football coaches about the fundamentals of success on the field at all levels of competition.
Tuesday, the Cowboys will arrive in Oxnard, Calif., for training camp. Expectations will be high coming off a 12-4 first-place division record – higher than last year’s camp coming off three straight 8-8 records and no playoffs in four straight seasons.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Training camp is almost here, and Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is excited his All-Pro receiver, Dez Bryant, is back with the team full time with a new five-year, $70 million contract.
OXNARD, Calif. – So there we were, just one more night, one more stop and we’d have triumphantly arrived here on Sunday evening, having completed Road Trippin’ 2015 without a major hitch.
Just another 170 miles.
I think if the price is right since the cap room is there, why not try to bring in Junior Galette on an incentive-based deal? Could be key if McClain or Lee don't stay healthy. Opinions?
I-10 WEST – Forever more, don’t you dare think the Dallas Cowboys’ antennas stop at the Texas borders.
In fact, after Friday night and Saturday afternoon stops in Arizona as we press on Road Trippin’ 2015 toward Oxnard, Calif., these rabid Cowboys fans might have given new meaning to protecting your borders.
FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys and the city of Frisco called a special press conference Saturday, as construction reached the midway point on The Star – the team’s new headquarters and the site of Frisco’s 12,000-seat multi-use events center.
Even on such a celebratory occasion, however, it didn’t stop the commotion of construction, as the Cowboys’ new base of operations continues its rapid pace toward completion.
“We told them not to shut things off down there, because we love that said,” said Frisco Mayor Maher Maso.