Cowboys to hold joint training camp practices with Los Angeles Rams

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Though only May, it is already evident how drastically different the NFL offseason program will be this year compared to a season ago. Last year the pandemic caused clubs to go without practicing on the field until just weeks before the season began. This year teams will not only be allowed to fully work amongst themselves, they will also once again be allowed to take place in joint training camp practices with other squads.

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean Mcvay confirmed this week that his club will work with Mike McCarthy’s Dallas Cowboys at some point this summer, according to The Athletic’s Jourdan Rodrigue.

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Jerry Jones had made it known his club intends to return to Oxnard, CA, the site of Cowboys training camp every year from 2011 through 2019. This news of a joint-practice with the Rams all but confirms Dallas’ return to California.

Jones was surely happy to hear that fans are expected to be in attendance for most training camps, as fan participation this summer will depend on the state and local COVID-19 guidelines. Many states are beginning to ease restrictions, as all but two NFL franchises are set to have full capacity stadiums for regular season games.

The majority of franchises will begin training camp on July 27. The Cowboys, however, are able to start camp a week earlier on July 21, as they take on the Steelers in the earliest preseason game of the year, the Hall of Fame game.

Full-speed NFL training camp with fans in the stands will be a sight for sore eyes after the chaos that surrounded last offseason.

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