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Wrapping up 2015 as a season of injuries, including a broken collarbone for quarterback Tony Romo, left the Dallas Cowboys in pain, both on and off the field. Injuries varied from leg and ankles to injured abdomens and shoulders. 2016 should, by all rights, be an upturn in the overall health of the team, meaning that the sky is the limit for the Dallas Cowboys this season. Regular season tickets are on sale now for AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas—claim the best seats in the house every time with Razorgator!
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2016-2017 Dallas Cowboys News

This is the year for the Dallas Cowboys. Sure, pundits and fans have been saying that about America’s Team for the as long as anyone can remember, but it seems as though the team has nowhere to go but up after last season. Tony Romo has looked healthy, which is probably the biggest concern for Cowboy fans at present. In addition the franchise QB’s health, all fans have their eyes on rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, the ‘Boy’s first round pick who will hopefully live up to expectations. Dallas has its first home test when the Miami Dolphins come to town for a preseason game on August 19. Tickets start at the low price of $5.
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Despite the fact that the Dallas Cowboys have a full roster for the upcoming season, things are far from settled. As practices officially kick off, Dallas should have plenty of time to figure out their lineup for their Aug. 13 opener against the Rams. Dez Bryant will be back in action for the Cowboys this season after recovering from surgery and will likely be taking up his starting job as wide receiver, but it remains to be seen who will take up the second and third string roles. The Cowboys will play their home opener on Friday, Aug. 19, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, against the Miami Dolphins. Get your tickets now for only $5.
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