Marcus Smith Affirms Desire To Buy NFL Panthers Tigers Not Moving Up Game Start Times NFL's Brian Rolapp Talks Digital Distribution Rams Have Tall Task In Winning Back L.A. Franchise Notes 49ers File For Arbitration In Rent Dispute Dolphins Want To Educate Rookies During Minicamp Vikings, Wells Fargo File Competing Motions EPL Title Offers Leicester City Spending Flexibility CFL Eskimos Report Record Revenue In '15
SBD/July 24, 2014/Franchises
Browns To See Capacity Crowds For Training Camp, But Avoid Crediting Manziel's Popularity
Published July 24, 2014
TEXAS FOREVER? ESPN.com's Todd Archer noted the Cowboys' contract with the city of Oxnard, Calif., is "up after this training camp," but team Owner Jerry Jones would "like to continue operating at least part of camp" there in the future. This is the ninth year the Cowboys have held camp in Oxnard, and the team and the city "have a three-year option on the table that could be exercised after this summer." The Cowboys are "scheduled to move into their new practice facility" in Frisco, Texas, in '16 and "will hold at least a part of training camp at the indoor football stadium being built to escape the hot temperatures" (ESPN.com, 7/24).