Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we know that training camp will not take place in Oxnard, California for the Dallas Cowboys and will instead happen at The Star, the team’s headquarters, in Frisco, TX. What’s more is the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, which the Cowboys are scheduled to play in, might not happen, and the league as a whole might trim the preseason in general in half. The Cowboys might go from five scheduled preseason games to two. We will see.
Coaching staffs have been allowed back at team facilities for some time now but there has been a question as to when players would be returning themselves. On Wednesday, it was reported that July 28th is now the official day to report.
So there is a date to report: July 28. The NFL and NFLPA are still negotiating what camp will look like and how the protocols will be handled and everything else. But players will arrive on time. https://t.co/BLrbUQnRXx— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 24, 2020
July 28th is now the day that the NFL will look to resume activity with players and that is just over a month from now. Of course, July 28th is about two weeks after July 15th which is the deadline for the Cowboys to reach a long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott.
Buckle up for the next month.