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Cowboys Say Goodbye To Their Facilities At Valley Ranch

It's been the home for the Dallas Cowboys since 1985 and Tuesday, the organization said so long to Valley Ranch.

Over the years, fans from near and far have paid a visit to the Cowboys landmark that has been the site of so many memories. 

Tom Landry ended his coaching career there. Triplets Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin built their Hall Of Fame careers there and helped bring three Super Bowls to North Texas.

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The Cowboys held their final practice at Valley Ranch last month at the close of minicamp and will now move to their new facility in Frisco when they return from training camp in Oxnard, California, in August.

Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones shared his thoughts on moving on from the Valley Ranch.

Cowboys executive Stephen Jones discusses leaving Valley Ranch.
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