As of Wednesday morning, when the Dallas Cowboys broke camp following a walkthrough, the team’s contract with the City of San Antonio--making the city its training camp headquarters for the past five years--was satisfied.
A reported 423 attended the walkthrough, and more than 90,000 attended the 13 practices that were open to the public at the Alamodome over the past couple weeks. Before heading back to Dallas, head coach Jason Garrett gushed over the city and the venue which has served as the team’s home away from home for the past half decade.
“We love it, we love it,” Garrett said, per San Antonio Express-News. “It’s a great place. The people of San Antonio have been great to us. This Alamodome is a really good setting for us to be able to practice in and everybody treats us really well here. It’s been a great experience for us.”
When the question of the team’s future training camp plans was posed, however, Garrett put on the brakes somewhat, saying, “Well, I don’t want to address that right now. We’ll make those decisions collectively and we’ll talk about the pros and cons of each of the options.”
Currently, the options are San Antonio, Cowboys Stadium and Oxnard, California, though a combination of two or even all three is certainly a possibility. And with Jerry Jones calling the shots, we wouldn’t be surprised in any case.
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