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CowBuzz: Cowboys Players Help Out At Youth Football Camps In Canada, Mexico

This past weekend, several Dallas Cowboys spent time sharing their love for American football north and south of the border.

Tyrone Crawford hosted his annual Windsor's Finest Football Academy for the kids in his Canadian hometown.

He was joined by a handful of current and former teammates, including DeMarcus Lawrence, Maliek Collins, Tyron Smith and Kyle Wilber.

In addition, the National Fantasy Football Convention hosted one of Mexico's largest American football camps. It is part of a three-year partnership with Estrellas del Futuro and the Government of Mexico in an effort to expand football in Mexico. Ezekiel Elliott, Taco Charlton, Kavon Frazier, Anthony Brown and Jaylon Smith were all in attendance.

The players ran drills with the kids and some even showed off their skillsets in other positions.

Charlton was a fan favorite for obvious reasons…

However, it was Elliott who shared a heart-tugging moment that has since spread around social media:

Whether in Canada or Mexico, the Cowboys seemed to enjoy their time abroad.

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