Cowboys Training Camp
Jerry Jones opened training camp with stories about how young his Dallas Cowboys were. He told a few thousand fans at the kickoff luncheon that many of those players faced an “uphill battle.”
The Cowboys are coming home from camp in California with even more questions about the league’s most porous defense than when they left Texas three weeks ago.
The Dallas Cowboys are holding training camp near the beach in beautiful Oxnard, California. So naturally, the stars will come out.
Dallas is adding free agent cornerback Korey Lindsey and safety Johnny Thomas just in time for Thursday’s preseason opener at San Diego.
The star of practice Monday was Dwayne Harris, with honorable mention going to Cole Beasley.
Despite feeling “100 percent” after offseason back surgery, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will not play in the team’s preseason opener at San Diego.
The G-Bag Nation’s Mike Bacsik was in Oxnard on Sunday to watch the Cowboys annual Blue-White scrimmage.
The G-Bag Nation arrived in force in Oxnard California over the weekend! We came this year to Cowboys Training Camp on a mission.
If you’re a Cowboys fans, like I have been from birth, coming to Dallas Cowboys training camp is a dream come true.
The guy who stands out at a Cowboys practice is the same guy that it’s been every day for the last couple of years.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr is expected to report to training camp soon after being with his mother in the final days of her battle with breast cancer.
The signing bonus is reportedly as relatively small as $10 million, likely a cap-friendly consideration as Dallas works to secure a new deal for fellow young standout Dez Bryant.