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Training Camp ’09: Practice Makes Perfect?

It’s time to get excited Cowboys fans! The Dallas Cowboys have released their ’09 Training Camp schedule.

Camp will officially kick off on Tuesday, July 28th at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Practice is open to the public and free for all, so get your jerseys on and take a road trip to San Antonio!

Cowboys veteran linebacker Bradie James is excited about Camp and ready to get back on the field.

“We are definitely excited going back to San Antonio, being around all the fans. There will be a lot of people there, so we will practice well. That helps us out when you get in the dog days of camp, and you see all those fans out there.”

The team will remain in San Antonio until August 19th when they will return to Irving/Arlington for the Cowboys Stadium preseason debut against the Tennessee Titans on Friday, August 21st.

I don’t know about you but I’m ready to see what we got. There should be several positional battles and a ton of young talent ready to compete for a roster spot. I look forward to following these battles and seeing our previously injured guys get back into action. If all goes well, it’s going to be an exciting year! 

JULY
Tuesday, July 28Kickoff Event
Wednesday, July 292:15 PM
Thursday, July 308:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Friday, July 312:15 PM

 

AUGUST
Saturday, August 18:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Sunday, August 28:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Monday, August 38:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Tuesday, August 42:15 PM
Wednesday, August 58:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Thursday, August 62:15 PM
Friday, August 72:15 PM
Saturday, August 88:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Sunday, August 98:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Monday, August 108:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Tuesday, August 112:15 PM
Wednesday, August 1210:45 AM
Thursday, August 13No Practice / Away Game vs. Raiders
Friday, August 14No Practice
Saturday, August 158:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Sunday, August 168:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Monday, August 172:15 PM
Tuesday, August 188:50 AM and 3:15 PM
Wednesday, August 1910:45 AM

 

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