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August 12, 2013

Oxnard wants to remain Cowboys' training camp home even after the team moves practice facility

With the Cowboys moving into a new practice facility in Frisco, a move that offically will be announced Tusday, Oxnard is taking steps to remain the Cowboys’ summer home.

The Cowboys have one year remaining on their training camp deal, with a three-year option. Oxnard hopes upgrades to the Residence Inn River Ridge complex will entice the Cowboys to remain even after their Frisco training facility opens in 2016.

Oxnard hopes to make the facility more fan friendly with better fan seating, while improving the locker room and meeting room facilities for the team.

The Cowboys would be open to holding 2-3 weeks of training camp in Oxnard followed by 1-2 weeks back home in their indoor stadium in Frisco once it opens, according to a source. The Cowboys, who have held camp in California on and off for 50 years, like the mild climate in Ventura County.

-- Charean Williams

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