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Cowboys fans show up for free open practice at The Star in Frisco

The team is home from training camp in oxnard, california. thousands of fans showed up in frisco to watch the team's first home practice, by sophia beausoleil • published august 22, 2023 • updated on august 23, 2023 at 9:15 am.

Cowboys Night at The Star in Frisco kicked off three days of open practice for fans to watch the Cowboys prepare for the upcoming season. The practices are open to the public and free.

The team is back from training camp in Oxnard, California, the preparations now continue at home.

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“I’m here early, got to catch my Cowboys and get myself in line to watch the practice," said Dominic Andrews, who attended the practice with his father and brother.

Thousands of Cowboys fans waited in the Texas heat for the doors to the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco to open at 4:30 p.m.

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The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders performed followed by a speech from a representative of American Airlines, the mayor of Frisco and the Cowboys Owner, President and General Manager Jerry Jones.

"The heat don’t bother me. It could be 150 degrees for these boys, I love my team," said Jason Hicks who arrived early to wait in line to go inside. He was able to snag an autograph from the Cowboys owner. "It's my birthday weekend so it’s been a crazy day, but it’s great."

Earlier in the day, Jones, alongside DeMarcus Ware, who was recently inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and Adam Dettman, head of partnerships of North America for MolsonCoors, took part in a ribbon cutting of the new Miller Lite House.

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It's on the perimeter of the field at The Star in Frisco at the Tostitos Championship Plaza.

The new coolers stocked with drinks will be open to the public for purchase.

While the Cowboys talked about their close relationship with MolsonCoors, the upcoming season was on everyone's mind.

Ware said the first day of practice is an exciting time for the players, "We have our team, they’re going to cut down to the 53-man roster and it's time to go, so we're back home, not in Oxnard anymore. The guys are excited to play not just that first home game but to solidify after the preseason. This is who we are and it’s time to play.”

“I know our guys enjoyed the cool weather, but they also know this is where home is and are glad to get back to their families and for this to be opening day here and to open up Miller Lite House, it’s the cherry on top if you will," said Stephen Jones, chief operating officer, executive vice president and director of player personnel for the Cowboys.

As for the fans, their cup of optimism is full as they look forward to a new season.

“I’ve been loving the Cowboys since I’ve been little. This has been my dream to be here, so I’m so excited to be here," said Norma Lara who attended the practice with her son and got an autograph from Stephen Jones, the son of Jerry Jones.  

“We want to go to the Super Bowl. It’s been a long time trying to get that dynasty back and I hope it’s this year," said Kenneth Portis, a Cowboys fan who attended the practice with his brother and father.

"I’ve been loving the Cowboys since I was 6 years old and I’ve always wanted them to win a Super Bowl," said 10-year-old Maleki Lara.

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By SportsDay Staff

12:54 PM on Aug 22, 2022 CDT

The California portion of the Cowboys ’ preseason is over. Now they return to The Star in Frisco this week.

For fans, that means several free events this week, and the week ends with the preseason finale at 7 p.m. Friday against the Seattle Seahawks at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Here is the schedule of free events in Frisco:

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  • Cowboys Night, 5 p.m., Ford Center at The Star in Frisco. The event features a welcome address from Jerry Jones and performance by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, followed by an open practice. Doors open at 4:45 p.m. to fans. Before the event starting at 4 p.m. on the Tostitos Championship Plaza, there will be a performance by the cheerleaders, live DJ, interactive games and giveaways.
  • Open practice, 6 p.m., Ford Center at The Star in Frisco.
  • ESPN’s First Take live taping, 9 a.m.-11 a.m., Tostitos Championship Plaza at The Star. Michael Irvin and Jerry Jones will join Stephen A. Smith and host Molly Qerim for a live filming of ESPN’s morning show. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. to fans.
  • Season Kickoff Event, 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Tostitos Championship Plaza at The Star. Fans can see players from the 2022 roster and other Cowboys legends including Roger Staubach, DeMarcus Ware, Drew Pearson, Everson Walls and Darren Woodson during Blue Carpet arrivals for the event inside the Ford Center. The arrivals will be followed by a live-stream viewing of the event on the plaza’s video board

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The Star: Dallas Cowboys Tour Highlights

I f you’re ever in Frisco, Texas, there’s one experience you absolutely can’t miss: a tour of The Star, the Dallas Cowboys’ legendary headquarters and practice facility. It’s a must-do, especially if you bleed blue and silver.

I admit I’m not much of a football fan, but since I loved my Lambeau Field tour a couple of years ago, I thought The Star Dallas Cowboys Tour would be fun too! Guess what? I loved it! So, keep reading to see some of the tour highlights.

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Grand atrium.

The coolest thing in the Grand Atrium? It’s gotta be “Volume Frisco,” a massive LED sculpture by artist Leo Villareal. There are 19,200 twinkling lights hanging in a grid, lighting up 24/7 with 225 levels of brightness. And get this – the pattern never repeats itself. It’s a light show that never gets old!

Take a peek at the Italian marble floors, and you’ll spot the plaques of all the legends in the Ring of Honor at AT&T Stadium. Instead of having their numbers retired, these greats are honored with a spot in the Ring of Honor. And if they’re NFL Football Hall of Famers, too, you’ll see that noted on their plaque.

Superbowl Trophies

Did you know Tiffany is the mastermind behind crafting the sterling silver Super Bowl trophies? It’s quite the process – each one takes around four months to create. And get this: despite their grand appearance, they’re actually hollow, so they’re not as heavy as you might think, tipping the scales at around 70 pounds. What’s really interesting is that every trophy looks identical, except for the Roman numeral indicating the specific game—team names are never added.

Super Bowl Rings

Right across from the trophies, you’ll find replicas of the Super Bowl rings. They’re like miniature versions of the big wins, with one dazzling diamond for each Super Bowl victory. Each team gets to design its ring, which can cost a pretty penny—up to $70,000! The NFL chips in $500 per ring for up to 150 rings, but the team foots the rest of the bill.

Helmet Wall

This wall is adorned with helmets representing all 32 NFL teams. The AFC is on the left, the NFC on the right, and each team is neatly organized by division in alphabetical order.

The wall stays completely lit during the offseason. But as soon as the season kicks off, all the helmets go dark except for Dallas and their weekly opponent. And when it’s Dallas’ bye week? You guessed it – only their helmet stays lit.

Jerry Jones Experience

In this unique virtual experience, visitors can interact with none other than Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones. You can ask him questions, and AI generates his responses. Now, he won’t spill the beans on current football stuff, but he’s game for chatting about his childhood, college days, meeting his wife, and those early Cowboys years. It’s a pretty neat setup, but just a heads up – no snapping photos or shooting videos allowed! The experience is offered twice daily and lasts about 15-20 minutes.

The Practice Field

Get ready for the ultimate photo op! Stepping out onto the practice field was hands down one of the best moments of the tour for me. It’s where all the action goes down, and being right there was absolutely unforgettable.

Pro Bowl Display

Organized around the line of scrimmage, panels represent various positions on offense and defense. The player featured on each plaque holds the record for the most Pro Bowl appearances in that position.

Private Gym

The private gym is exclusively reserved for the team’s use. What’s unique about it? Well, all the machines in the center are computerized. Players simply input their number and workout details—weights, reps, you name it—and it’s all sent directly to their strength training coach.

Plus, tucked away inside the gym is a Gatorade smoothie bar where a nutritionist crafts each player’s smoothie tailored to factors like position, injury rehab, or weight goals. Each day’s smoothie might differ—everything’s customized for peak performance.

Locker Room

Unfortunately, we couldn’t check out the locker room since players were in the building, hitting the gym. But it’s shaped like a football, which is pretty cool.

Inside, there are 76 lockers, despite only needing 53 for the main roster. Why the extras? Well, they’re strategically placed next to the higher-profile players so the press can easily chat with them. And get this: there’s a massive hot tub so big they call it “Lake Landry,” cold plunge tubs, and even an underwater treadmill.

Plus, tucked behind the showers is a rookie locker room. Why? They’re in their own space until they make the main roster and earn their star. Oh, and here’s an interesting tidbit: the locker room isn’t organized by position or anything like that. Instead, players are all mixed up, with veterans typically at the ends. It’s all about fostering camaraderie.

Super Bowl Wall

This wall is a tribute to every Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl victory, featuring photos, stats, and more. What’s cool is that there’s still space left for future wins! Our guide shared an interesting fact: back when they clinched their first Super Bowl win, a 30-second commercial cost just $86,000. Fast-forward to their most recent victory in 1995, and that price skyrocketed to over a million dollars. And get this—last year, it hit a whopping $7.2 million. Talk about inflation!

The Touchstone

The team’s cherished good luck charm stands next to the practice field. Emblazoned with the powerful mantra, “It is a privilege, not a right, to play, coach, and work for the Dallas Cowboys,” it is a constant reminder of the honor and responsibility of being part of the team.

Indoor Stadium

The 12,000-seat arena in Frisco is shared among the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Frisco, and Frisco ISD. Monday through Friday, it’s the Cowboys’ indoor practice facility. It hosts high school football, soccer, and lacrosse games in the evenings. It also serves as a venue for events like the Academy of Country Music Awards and the upcoming Dallas Open tennis tournament.

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Visit the website for more information and to purchase tickets.

Just a heads up: there’s a bag policy in place. You’ll also pass through security before starting your tour. Keep in mind that each tour might be a little different depending on what’s going on with the team and any special events happening at the facility.


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Dallas Cowboys Training Camp – Open Practice

Dallas Cowboys Training Camp presented by American Airlines Wednesday, August 23, 2023 – Open Practice Ford Center at The Star in Frisco

  • 5:30pm Doors Open
  • 6:00pm Open Practice

The Dallas Cowboys will return home from Oxnard, California to host three practices that are FREE and open to the public as part of 2023 Training Camp presented by American Airlines at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco from August 22 – 24 .

Training Camp gives fans the opportunity to see Dallas Cowboys players and coaches up close as they prepare for the 2023 season.

All three Dallas Cowboys Training Camp practices are free and open to the public.

Dallas Cowboys All Access:

Fans have the option to purchase All Access Early Entry to Training Camp at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco! Get in 30 minutes early to claim the best seats in the house by following the link – here.

While at The Star, visit The Star District to enjoy a variety of dining and shopping options, including the Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop on Tostitos Championship Plaza where you can find 7,000 square feet of Cowboys Fan Gear!   For more information on all The Star has to offer, visit TheStarDistrict.com .

Security & Bag Policy

All approved bags are subject to inspection upon entry and are subject to additional inspections within Ford Center. Metal detection and wand screenings will be used at entry points to Ford Center. Re-entry is not permitted.

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Cowboys ‘excited’ to see more from ‘super coachable’ Trey Lance

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 10: Trey Lance #15 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up prior to the game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on September 10, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

When the Dallas Cowboys arrive in Oxnard, Calif., for the start of training camp in two months, there will be several key players attracting attention. From rookies like Tyler Guyton and Cooper Beebe to players coming back from injuries like Trevon Diggs and DeMarvion Overshown . Second-year defensive tackle Mazi Smith will also probably be high on that list.


But there might not be one more intriguing than Trey Lance .

The Cowboys traded their fourth-round pick in this year’s draft to San Francisco for Lance right before last season started. The third overall pick in the 2021 draft didn’t play a single snap for Dallas last season as the team’s No. 3 quarterback behind Dak Prescott and Cooper Rush .

Lance has not played in a preseason game since Aug. 19 when he completed 12 of 18 passes for 173 yards with one touchdown and one interception for the 49ers. His last time in a regular-season game was Sept. 18, 2022, when he exited the Week 2 contest against the Seattle Seahawks with a season-ending ankle injury.


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Since joining the Cowboys, Lance’s work has consisted of only practice reps, with a large portion spent as the scout-team quarterback. He’ll enter this season’s training camp competing with Rush for the backup QB job. Dallas needs to see what it has behind Prescott with all three quarterbacks playing in the final year of their contracts.

“We’re excited to see him,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said of Lance. “He’s done nothing but impress around here. He’s a pro, he works his ass off. No one gets to see him, because he hasn’t been on the field (because) we got him late. But we’re going to get to see him.”

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Trey Lance pic.twitter.com/Ig8hLBreC5 — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) March 2, 2024

Lance, who turned 24 earlier this month, has been working to become more comfortable playing in the West Coast offense. The footwork changes were probably his biggest hurdle.

“It’s nice being able to start with a foundation and kind of learn it as you go,” Cowboys quarterbacks coach Scott Tolzien said. “It’s no different than jumping into a math class after you move midway through the year. It’s nice to teach it from the grassroots so he can hear the origins of everything.

“We’re working on a couple things fundamentally, just some of the drops he had done in San Francisco don’t correlate to what we do here. And there’s no wrong way in that, there’s just different ways to skin the cat there.

“Trey is super coachable, so it’s been awesome working with him. It’s not just hearsay for him, he works at it, whether he’s with us or on his own time. It’s obvious that he works at it and we’re appreciative of that.”

It’s one thing to get those reps in individual drills, it’s another to execute them while players are going live. Cowboys defenders won’t be allowed to hit Lance in camp practices, but he’s expected to see a lot of work in Dallas’ three preseason games. There’s a good chance that Prescott doesn’t take a snap in the preseason. Rush has been in the league for seven years. He doesn’t necessarily need the reps, either. Lance will be the one getting most of that work. And if he plays well, his name will become a popular topic, not only in Dallas, but around the league.


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“That’s our payday in football,” Tolzien said. “You do so much practicing, and that’s been the reality for him, the scout team, so I’m super excited to watch him with I guess what you would call these game-like reps (in OTAs, minicamp, training camp and preseason games).”

The longer Prescott’s contract situation is unresolved, the bigger a storyline it will become. It’s possible this could be his final year in Dallas. The Cowboys cannot franchise tag him and there is a no-trade clause in his contract. If Prescott reaches free agency next March, there will likely be several teams bidding at the top of the QB market for his services. If he signs elsewhere, the Cowboys will have a major hole at the most important position. If that were to happen, Lance could be in position to be Dallas’ next starter. While that’s a long way down the road and a lot of cards still need to be played, it doesn’t sound like Lance’s presence has changed anything about the professionalism in the quarterback room.

“(Prescott’s) been great,” Tolzien said. “He goes out of his way, on a play maybe that he has a long history with to maybe teach (Lance) some of the nuances within. Beyond that, just teaching him the ropes, things that he’s used in the past (that have helped) him, both fundamentally and approach-wise. I’m really lucky. I have a really good quarterback room. The guys help each other out. It’s really natural. It makes my job easy.”

There’s a reason why Lance was the third player picked in 2021, ahead of stars like Micah Parsons , Ja’Marr Chase and Penei Sewell . In 16 starts during his 2019 season at North Dakota State, Lance threw for 28 touchdowns and no interceptions while rushing for another 14 scores. He’s obviously talented.

“A unique talent, Lance has the athleticism, arm talent and make-up to be a playmaker,” The Athletic ’s Dane Brugler wrote of Lance in his 2021 draft guide. “While he takes care of the football, there were too many one-read-and-run plays on film and NDSU relied on the run game as the bread-and-butter of their offense (In his 17 career starts, Lance averaged 18.6 pass attempts per game while the team averaged 45 rush attempts). Overall, Lance is an unprecedented evaluation and will require time as he adjusts to the speed and complexities of the NFL , but his physical traits, poise and intelligence are a rare package for his age and meager experience. He should compete for NFL starting snaps during his rookie season.”

He won’t compete for starting reps in Dallas, but Lance will get every opportunity to be Prescott’s backup in 2024. What he does with that opportunity could make for some of the most intriguing Cowboys storylines in a few months.

“He’s done nothing but excite us even more as he’s worked here all of last season and in the offseason, in terms of his work ethic, his skill level,” Stephen Jones said last month on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. “We’re very pleased. He exhibits everything you would think a top 5 pick would exhibit. … Trey exhibits similar type work ethic (to Prescott). Obviously Trey is a really good athlete, and the most important thing is his arm. He’s got a very live arm, very strong arm. He continues to improve with his footwork and his accuracy.”

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Jon Machota is a staff writer covering the Dallas Cowboys for The Athletic. He previously covered the Cowboys for The Dallas Morning News. He's a Detroit native and graduate of Wayne State University. Follow Jon on Twitter @ jonmachota


Dallas Cowboys Tackle Tyler Guyton Training with Duke Manyweather

Dustin mosher | may 14, 2024.

Oklahoma offensive lineman Tyler Guyton runs a drill during the University of Oklahoma (OU) Sooners

The Dallas Cowboys spent the 29th pick in the draft on Tyler Guyton , an exciting offensive tackle prospect from Oklahoma. But what’s even more exciting is that Guyton is actively training with Duke Manyweather, a renowned offensive line guru and founder of O-Line Masterminds.

FREE CONTENT: @dallascowboys 1st round pick, @TylerGuyton14 is making the transition to Left Tackle in the NFL after being a Right Tackle at @OU_Football Watch the Drill of the Day for FREE exclusively on the @OLMTraining app 📲 🔗 https://t.co/Y9OIlrJuZl pic.twitter.com/D8QQlvXZau — OL Masterminds Training (@OLMTraining) May 9, 2024

Duke Manyweather has become a household name among offensive linemen. His innovative coaching methods and attention to technique have elevated the play of numerous NFL stars. Manyweather’s camp, O-Line Masterminds, focuses on developing and refining offensive line skills. He emphasizes footwork, hand placement, and overall technique to create dominant linemen.

Guyton’s decision to work with Duke Manyweather speaks volumes about his commitment to improvement. Manyweather’s expertise will help Guyton refine his footwork and prepare him for the challenges of the NFL. As the Cowboys look to rebuild their offensive line, Guyton’s collaboration with Manyweather could be a game-changer.

The Cowboys have a history of drafting and developing high-ceiling offensive line prospects. With Guyton’s elite tools and Manyweather’s guidance, the future looks bright. Guyton is expected to take over the left tackle position, following in the footsteps of Tyron Smith, who became an All-Pro left tackle for Dallas. While Guyton still needs some polish, his immense potential makes him an exciting addition to the Cowboys offensive line

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