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David Irving is reportedly missing the start of training camp due to being at a rehab facility

Hopefully all is as well as can be with David Irving.

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The Dallas Cowboys arrived in Oxnard for training camp on Tuesday, but before anything got going completely there was a bit of news that trickled out.

David Irving, suspended for the first four games of the season, won’t face any discipline for an alleged domestic violence case surrounding him earlier this offseason. He also won’t be at training camp with the Cowboys initially. His absence is excused.

As noted, Irving’s suspension isn’t related to domestic violence. It’s the result of violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. His excused tardiness is apparently related to him being at a rehab facility.

The Cowboys are already going to have to figure out a short-term plan for Irving’s absence seeing as they’ll be without his services for the season’s first quarter. It’s the second consecutive season that Irving is suspended for four games, so they’ve unfortunately done this before.

David Irving has made headlines this offseason for a lot of things, including accusations that were later recanted. Hopefully all is as well as can be with him at this point in time.

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