Preseason Opponents Released; Key Training Camp Dates Also Announced

The regular-season schedule is expected to be released later this month, but the Cowboys found out their preseason opponents and the order of the games on Monday.

The actual dates have not been announced by the league just yet, but the weekends for these exhibition games have been set.

The Cowboys already knew their first of five preseason games would be on Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio. Headlined by owner Jerry Jones' induction, the Cowboys will meet the Arizona Cardinals in the annual Hall of Fame Game.

From there, the Cowboys are expected to return to training camp in Oxnard, Calif., for a couple of more weeks.

The Cowboys play their second preseason game against the Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

On Aug. 18, the team will break camp and return home to face the Indianapolis Colts that week.

The next weekend will feature a home game with the Raiders at AT&T Stadium, followed by the preseason finale in Houston on Thursday, Aug. 31.

When the Cowboys come back from camp, they will have training camp practices at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco. 

Here's a list of tentative key dates for the Cowboys' training camp:

2017 Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Tentative Key Dates

Sat., July 22:Team Charter arrives at Pt. Mugu

Sun., July 23: Opening press conference (11:00 a.m. PDT)

Mon., July 24: First practice - full roster (3:45 p.m. PDT)

Wed., Aug. 2: Team travels to Canton, Ohio

Thurs., Aug. 3: Hall of Fame Game vs. Arizona (7:00 p.m. CDT)

Sat., Aug. 5: Hall of Fame Enshrinement

Mon., Aug. 7: Practice Resumes (Oxnard, Calif.)    

Aug. 11-13: Dallas @ Los Angeles, LA Memorial Coliseum

Fri., Aug. 18:Break camp in Oxnard - travel to Dallas

Aug. 18-20:Dallas vs. Indianapolis, AT&T Stadium

Mon., Aug. 21-Tue. Aug. 29: Training camp resumes at The Star in Frisco

Aug. 25-27: Dallas vs. Oakland, AT&T Stadium

Thurs., Aug. 31: Dallas @ Houston, NRG Stadium

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