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IRVING (AP)  The air was hot, the grass was soft and the guys on the other side of scrimmage wore different uniforms. It was a practice unlike anything the Dallas Cowboys have had this preseason.

The 4 a.m. Pacific time wake-up call was different for the San Diego Chargers, too.

The Cowboys and Chargers spent the first of three days together Thursday with a morning workout on the outdoor fields in Irving, Texas. They’ll have a controlled scrimmage at Cowboys Stadium on Friday afternoon, then meet in a preseason game Sunday night.

Both coaches said they were glad to shake things up. Cowboys players considered the heat a necessary evil, while tight end Jason Witten welcomed the return to soft, natural grass after three weeks on artificial turf in San Antonio.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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