The Dallas Cowboys will return to Oxnard for training camp in July, an expected move that team owner Jerry Jones and staff have been hinting at since the start of offseason workouts. On Tuesday, this news became official as the Cowboys set their start date for July 21st. The team's opening press conference will be held on that Wednesday.
Fans will be allowed to attend practice on Thursday the 22nd, though further protocols on safety measures that will be in place are still to come. The Cowboys are also playing in this year's Hall of Fame game, meaning their return to Oxnard will be quickly interrupted when they depart for Canton on August 4th to play the Steelers on the fifth.
When the Cowboys return to sunny California, they'll welcome the Los Angeles Rams – last season's week one opponent – for a joint practice on Saturday, August 7th.
The Cowboys have made it official: they are returning to Oxnard, California, for training camp, starting on July 21. Fans will be able to attend practice, starting on July 22 with safety protocol details to be announced later. “I view the team's return… https://t.co/DiodfwbP3Z