Cowboys back in Frisco

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The Cowboys have left the 75 degree weather of Oxnard, California for the 70 degree weather of the Star in Frisco. The Cowboys have moved training camp back to Texas, players are happy to be back and the fans are happy to have them back. Fans are welcome to come out and watch their favorite team and the price is right: free. Players are entertainers and entertainers love and audience and Jason Garrett says everyone is energized by the crowds.

Jason Garrett said, “I think it’s fun, you reflect back to when you started playing football in pop warner or high school, the night games and night practices, you always has a little more juice to you, and whether it’s naturally because you get warmed up over the course of the day, or there are fans in the stands, I have felt that’s an exciting deal for us.”

Jeff Heath said, “Late practice, we’re not used to practicing at this time of the day, it feels a little weird but you come out, there’s a lot of energy in here so it makes practice a little easier for us. “

Lance Lenoir said, “It’s the same thing, same mentality, in season out of season, same thing, so treat it the same way, that’s how I look at it, just being back home, you have the weight room and cryo so it’s better being home. “

Jamaze Olawale said, “It’s football pretty much 24/7 whether you’re in camp or not, it’s in your mind or in the back of your mind to perform. It really is not that different so we just come prepared every day to work. “

The Cowboys won’t have to worry about work tomorrow, they are off. They return to practice here on Thursday. 

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