Well that's easy; point your browser to www.bloggingtheboys.com several times a day! Other than that highly recommended method, there are other ways for you to satisfy that Love Jones you have deep inside for instant Dallas Cowboys news.
As you know by now, O.C.C. and rabblerousr will be holding things down for us through the three weeks of training camp in Oxnard, California. The cyborg will plug in for the first week and the rabble will cover the final two, including the preseason trek up to Oakland. Look for them in their "Blogging The Boys" t-shirts!
While we have some exciting things in the formative stages for bringing you their keen observations, we don't want to limit you to just our takes. There will be others in Oxnard that you should follow; some on a daiy basis and other national sources that tend to draw the Cowboys beat on a regular basis.
Also, players nowadays tend to go straight to their phones and tablets once practice ends to give updates on what has transpired; so you should probably look to follow some of them to.
Follow the jump for my list of recommended follows for the next few weeks, and jump in the comments to let us know who else you think brings the juice.
Also If you happen to be in Oxnard, make sure you jump right on in and share your observations with the rest of us in the FanPost section. If you've ever attended camp before, you know that several things take place at once, so your perspective could easily catch something that is missed by others. Observations, pictures and all aspects would be much appreciated by all that are part of the community; trust me.
If you're not familiar with Twitter, you should be. Even if you don't tweet, it's a great way to keep up with the latest and greatest breaking "news", by just following the right feeds. You don't ever have to respond or reply. Just do the world a favor and don't be that guy; that acts tough to people in the public eye behind the safety of your computer. There's no point behind it and it's become an epidemic in the sports and entertainment world. I would recommend giving these folks a follow and it should start you out with a solid base of what transpires with your Dallas Cowboys.
Note, the link should work, but if not just go to Twitter.com and search on the actual name.
Bryan Broaddus (dallascowboys.com) @BryanBroaddus | Quite simply, the best Cowboys 'media' person to follow
Clarence Hill, Jr. (Ft. Worth Star Telegram) @clarencehilljr | Great with news tweets, isn't pompous
Todd Archer (ESPN) @toddarcher | With Broaddus' departure, ESPN's best Cowboys resource/writer
Josh Ellis (dallascowboys.com) @DCStarJEllis | Does quality work for the mothership
Nick Eatman (dallascowboys.com)@NickEatman | Can get direct player info often, working for the team and all
Derek Eagleton (dallascowboys.com @DerekEagleton | Also good at player info
David Moore (Dallas Morning News) @davidmooredmn | Meh - he's tweeted a thing or two before others on occasion, so he has to be included
Tim McMahon (ESPN) @espn_mcmahon | Look, ESPN has a lot of resources to pour into America's team. You just have to turn your filter on.
Alex Mendez (Ft. Worth Star Telegram) @calexmendez | He's Star-Telegram's Robin to Clarence Hill's Batman, and he's a BTB retweeter!
Dan Graziano (ESPN NFC East) @espn_nfceast | Dan covers all four NFC East teams, not breaking news but will often travel to camp for a stretch.
Ian Rappaport (NFL.com) @RapSheet | NFL.com's new Cowboys beat writer. Will attend camp at some point.
PLAYERS: (yes, many more players have accounts, but honestly, most Cowboys accounts are boring).
Felix Jones @felixjones28
Dez Bryant @DezBryant
Jason Hatcher @hatcher97
Brandon Carr @BCarr39
Ron Leary @RonLeary75
DeMarco Murray @DeMarcoMurray
Morris Claiborne @MoClaiborne
Tyrone Crawford @TCrawford40
Barry Church @BarryChurch42
Bruce Carter @BruceCarter54
Cole Beasley @bease11
Phillip Tanner @PTanner34
Tom Ryle @TomRyleBTB
Archie Barberio @ArchieBTB