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Tweet Break: Dallas Cowboys Move into The Star

Over the past months here at Inside The Star, we have been preparing the vast world of Cowboys Nation for the team’s move into the best new facility in the National Football League – The Star.

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Yesterday, the team unveiled their shiny new headquarters, and it was as breathtaking as expected. Thanks to many members of the media being brought inside for the first time, we all were welcomed inside The Star on Twitter.

Now, here on InsideTheStar.com, let’s take a look at the best tweets from inside The Star. Stars! ✭ ✭ ✭

Cowboys Honoring a Rich History

One of the best parts about the Cowboys’ new facility is that it encapsulates the team’s winning history, while serving as the active place for the 2016 team – and every team in the future – to focus on writing their own history.

Here is a look at some of the best historical tributes seen throughout The Star.

Jon Machota on Twitter

One of Tom Landry’s hats on display

Kate Hairopoulos on Twitter

More scenes from The Star

mike fisher ✭ on Twitter

Roger Staubach etched & signed. Hail Mary #CowboysNation @1053thefan https://t.co/p5DWioYED0

Of course, the Dallas Cowboys’ history wouldn’t be the same without five shiny Lombardi trophies, prominently making the trip from Valley Ranch to The Star.

Brian Sandler on Twitter

Cowboys’ #SuperBowl trophies on display at #TheStar.

A Modern Touch at The Star

While Cowboys’ players, coaches, employees, and media members will undoubtedly enjoy seeing these historic reminders placed throughout the building, they will also enjoy all of the state of the art technology that goes with a Jerry Jones’ funded project.

Valerie Wigglesworth on Twitter

Underwater treadmill for rehab lowers to 6 ft with cameras under water @dallascowboys #TheStar #Frisco https://t.co/tI43ogT1Bj

Jon Machota on Twitter

Star on the ceiling of the locker room

https://twitter.com/HelmanDC/status/767396772591177728

Jon Machota on Twitter

Team’s new weight room

The Dallas Cowboys are America’s Team for a reason, and part of that reason is that they can justify using this living, breathing monument to the game of football itself – as written by them – as their home to work out and do everything else that 31 other teams do daily, but with far less style.

Dallas Cowboys Football – Coming Together for 2016

That said, with the Dallas Cowboys preparing for two more preseason games, and continuing training camp within The Star, there will be little time to sit back and reflect on the scope of what this facility could someday mean to the world of football.

Jason Garrett, as usual, is keeping his team focused – as they understand that the only way to truly break in a new home is to bring in a new Super Bowl trophy for The Star to display after Super Bowl LI.

Jon Machota on Twitter

Garrett: “We’re in training camp mode…This is an incredible environment for us to work in…We gotta get better.

Casey Keirnan on Twitter

Orlando Scandrick perfectly sums up opening the new $1.5 billion Star complex. #Cowboys https://t.co/2aU1kmeCZP

Getting better a day at a time, exciting football things already took place for the Cowboys on their first day in The Star. Experienced veteran QB Tony Romo and rookie sensation RB Ezekiel Elliott were both back to work, as Dallas plays in Seattle for their “dress rehearsal” in just  three days.

Jon Machota on Twitter

Ezekiel Elliott lined up next to Tony Romo in the gun

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The Cowboys’ move into The Star is just another exciting checkpoint crossed on their journey towards an unforgettable 2016 campaign. Inside The Star will continue to have you covered through the preseason and beyond, with all the analysis, news, fantasy advice, and updates that you need to stay connected to America’s Team. 

For now, comment below with your thoughts on the Cowboys’ new home!

Tell us what you think about “Tweet Break: Dallas Cowboys Move into The Star” in the comments below. You can also email me at Sean.Martin@InsideTheStar.com, or Tweet to me at @SeanMartinNFL!

Sean Martin

Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Pleasant NJ, no we’re not how you think we are. Host of “Upon Further Review” on 90.3 WMSC FM and wmscradio.com every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. You may @ me: @SeanMartinNFL.

4 Comments
  • txpatriot

    So far, the Cowboys have not lived up to the greatness of their now not-so-new stadium. Will they live up to the greatness of The Star? I guess we’ll see, but they are running out of excuses.

    • http://wmscradio.com/show/upon-further-review/ Sean Martin

      For sure, hopefully as soon as this season The Star will start to represent winning. Certainly cool to think about the new players that will develop and train in this new facility, and make their legacy at The Star much like other legends did at Valley Ranch. Thanks for reading!

  • http://88xfactor.wordpress.com 88xfactor

    Great place to create a championship team.

    • http://wmscradio.com/show/upon-further-review/ Sean Martin

      For sure!

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