OXNARD, Calif. -- The Dallas Cowboys' tradition of holding training camp in Southern California will continue for years to come.
During the final practice of this year's camp, owner and general manager Jerry Jones said the team would return to Oxnard next summer and for the foreseeable future.
The Cowboys agreed to hold a part of each camp at home as part of their agreement with the city of Frisco, which funded the state-of-the-art facility and indoor stadium that is scheduled to open in 2016. Jones said the Cowboys would split camps between Oxnard and Frisco when that time comes.
"We'll be able to get both in," Jones said. "There's real good time in a camp to have time here and to have time there. I'm talking preseason time. So we can make that work. As a matter of fact it fits real good if you noodle it just right."