Game of the Week 7/30-8/17

7/30-8/17: NFL Football: Dallas Cowboys Training Camp:  Starting Saturday, more than a dozen practices will be open to the public during the Cowboys’ annual Oxnard sojourn. It’s a convenient location for their first preseason game: August 13 against the Rams at the L.A. Coliseum. Keeping quarterback Tony Romo healthy will be a priority. After Romo suffered a broken collarbone in the second game last season, the Cowboys lost their next seven games and finished 4-12. The No. 21 jersey of rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott is the NFL’s top seller. There was a tragedy on an Arizona highway last Sunday when the bus carrying some Dallas personnel (no players) on its way to Oxnard collided with a van. All four occupants of the van were killed, but there were no injuries on the bus. Sat.: Opening ceremony at 3pm, followed by practice. Sun.-Tue.: Practices at 3:45pm. River Ridge Playing Fields, 2101 W. Vineyard Ave., Oxnard. Free admission/$20 parking. See or (check for schedule changes including days off).

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