Previously on Tweet Break here at Inside The Star, we have looked at some of the best sights and sounds from the ongoing Cowboys OTA practices. This week, we will take a bit of a break from that, as the week-that-was in the Twitterverse left us with plenty of other fascinating nuggets related in some way to America’s Team.
Without further introduction, it’s going to be a wild ride to the finish line this week. Buckle up, Cowboys Nation!
Until you win something, this is how you will be seen, @Eagles. You are the Browns.
I promised a bumpy ride this week on Tweet Break, and there is no better way to start this journey than with some classic NFC East rivalry talk. It’s the middle of June, we all miss football, and the Eagles are still missing a Super Bowl trophy.
That’s enough Browns talk for now though.
I wonder if @carrieunderwood and @JJWatt talked at last night’s #CMTAwards about how neither of them could catch @tonyromo #CowboysNation
One of the players that Dallas fans are undoubtedly the most excited about seeing back on the field is QB Tony Romo. In this tweet, our Staff Writer Jess Haynie reminded J.J. Watt and Carrie Underwood of just what they missed out on.
As far as actual on-field activities with the Cowboys, minicamp is coming up, which will lead into training camp. Meanwhile, the team’s new facility – The Star – is set to open sometime shortly after training camp begins in Oxnard. Once it is ready, the Cowboys camp will move into the shiny new headquarters following the second preseason game against the Dolphins at home!
When asked about memories from the current Cowboys home at Valley Ranch, Head Coach Jason Garrett left us with this inspiring quote about the original #88.
Jason Garrett mentioned @michaelirvin88 while sharing his favorite Valley Ranch memories:
As you see here as well, the Cowboys’ current #88 actually caught up with Irvin during the team’s “CowboysU” event, which allowed current players to compete against each other by coaching youth football teams in scrimmages at the practice facility.
While Ezekiel Elliott may have stolen the show with his competitive energy and passion, it was the team’s led by Barry Church and Tyron Smith that split the championship.
It’s a movement. Next generation of half shirt heroes out at #CowboysU
Great job all around by the Dallas Cowboys!
With that, we’ve reached the end of another fun edition of Tweet Break. Celebrate reaching the end of this article, and the start of your weekend, by following us on Twitter so you can stay up to date with all of Inside The Star’s Cowboys news and analysis!