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Report: Cowboys headquarters a favorite to host 2018 draft

The Cowboys opened a lavish new headquarters and training facility in Frisco, Texas last year that features a 12,000-seat stadium, multiple practice fields and a hotel among its bells and whistles.

In addition to hosting Cowboys practices, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expressed interest in holding other events at the facility including the league’s Scouting Combine and the draft. There’s no sign that the former will be leaving Indianapolis, but the league has put the draft on the move in recent years.

The Cowboys facility may be next. Field Yates of reports that the complex has emerged as a favorite to host the draft in 2018.

This year’s draft will be held in Philadelphia and gets underway on April 27. The Chiefs and Packers are among the teams that have also expressed interest in bringing the event to town.

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6 Responses to “Report: Cowboys headquarters a favorite to host 2018 draft”
  1. asgrimsnorrison says: Apr 5, 2017 8:02 AM

    All the meeting rooms come equipped with always on microphones (like alexa) so Jerry’s people can respond instantly to any needs you have.

  2. phantasm says: Apr 5, 2017 8:06 AM

    Old Jer can watch his newest drat pick get arrested right in front of him

  3. 1bigtex says: Apr 5, 2017 8:13 AM

    The Dallas practice facility is nicer than some of the stadiums that NFL teams are playing in.

  4. usedjock says: Apr 5, 2017 8:19 AM

    You have to believe that the NFL and ESPN are drooling over the fact that it could land in Dallas.

  5. wryly1 says: Apr 5, 2017 8:38 AM

    Jerrah will sell thousands more tickets than he has seats for.

  6. whatjusthapped says: Apr 5, 2017 8:49 AM

    Jerry Jones can host the top draft choices on his own bus tour of Dallas which by contrast will make the Viking’s Love Boat shenanigans look like a Boy Scout meeting.

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