The Dallas Cowboys have cancelled their tour of America for this summer, choosing not to span the country for training camp.
But they’re still planning on making it to San Antonio for three weeks of training camp this summer. The Baltimore Ravens have already scrapped plans to get away for camp, but the Cowboys remain committed to the Alamodome, according to Tom Orsborn of the San Antonio Express-News.
If the lockout drags on the Cowboys could alter plans to get away from Valley Ranch. Per the report, the Cowboys have asked for a three-week stay at the Alamodome beginning July 25. This is the final year of a five-year lease the team has at the Alamodome. The team uses the building without paying rent.
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