The Dallas Cowboys left Oxnard, Calif., after nearly five weeks camp.
But it won’t be the last time they head out west for training camp, despite the building of the team’s new headquarters in Frisco.
The Cowboys have two more years on their contract to hold camp in Oxnard. They also have out-clauses built in.
They will return to Oxnard next year as the Frisco facility, part of the Star in Frisco complex, won’t be ready until mid-August of 2016. They plan to come back in 2017 to hold at least parts of camp away from their headquarters. That plan is expected to continue beyond the expiration of the contract.
The Cowboys are brainstorming possible sites in other parts of California in addition to Oxnard, including Santa Barbara and Northern California.