The Dallas Cowboys are practicing at Valley Ranch for the first time since their indoor facility collapsed May 2 during a rookie minicamp.
While the fabric-covered tentlike structure wasn't rebuilt, the two adjacent outdoor fields had to be redone because of damage from flying debris.
The area where the indoor field stood was fenced off Monday, and the artificial surface was gone.
The collapse injured 12 staff members, including a scouting assistant who was paralyzed from the waist down. Special teams coach Joe DeCamillis sustained a broken neck, but has returned to practice.
Stephen Hodge was among 27 rookies and first-year players who escaped injury. He said players will think about the collapse, but have moved on.
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