With the Ravens and Jets already announcing that they’re moving their training camps to their team facilities, and the Vikings announcing that they’ll follow suit if the lockout isn’t lifted by July 18, it’s reasonable for fans who make an annual pilgrimage to their favorite team’s camp to start to wonder if their team is next.
If you’re one of the 200,000 or so who visit San Antonio when the Cowboys have their training camp there, you can be “cautiously optimistic” that you’ll get to see them again this year.
That’s the word from an unnamed source speaking to the San Antonio Express-News, although that source added that the labor situation is uncertain enough that “nobody wants to step up and bet the farm or the house on it right now.”
The source said the Cowboys will “wait until the last minute to decide” whether they can start camp in San Antonio as scheduled on July 25. We’re still hoping the lockout ends soon enough that they don’t have to wait until the last minute.