It’s been a most unusual offseason. No OTAs or minicamps, no preseason games, and an oddly structured training camp that came complete with limited media coverage. By this point in a normal year, we’d have seen the Cowboys play a couple of preseason games and we would have plenty of video to watch of their different practices. This year, not so much.
That’s why there is a lot of anticipation for tonight’s Blue & White scrimmage at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys will gather as a team and reportedly do some things that sort of look like football, and the fanbase will be able to watch it.
Under Jason Garrett, the Blue & White scrimmage devolved into something that resembled more of a glorified practice. There wasn’t a whole lot of game-like situations and when there was it was tightly controlled and generally involved more down-roster players. So while the anticipation was always high in the Garrett Era for the scrimmage, the payoff was always less than expected.
Under Mike McCarthy, we have no idea how the scrimmage will look. But we will all watch it to find out.
The Dallas Cowboys will host “Cowboys Night” presented by American Airlines on Sunday, Aug. 30 at 5:00 p.m. at AT&T Stadium as part of the 2020 Dallas Cowboys Training Camp presented by American Airlines.
Cowboys Night will be shown live on television to fans locally on TXA 21 as well as across the 25-station Dallas Cowboys Television Network throughout the southwest. The action will also be streamed live on DallasCowboys.com, Cowboys Mobile, Cowboys Now (Connected TV) & Cowboys Social Channels and in Spanish on NXTX - TELEXITOS 39.2. It will also be broadcast live on the radio on 105.3 The Fan, the club’s flagship station and official home of the Dallas Cowboys.