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News: FWST: Galloway: Lengthy training camp, preseason games produce one thing: injuries

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  1. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl Shut up and play! Staff Member

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    Posted Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010
    By Randy Galloway
    rgalloway@ star-telegram.com


    OXNARD, Calif. -- Everyone agrees, but so far, no one has done anything about it. Yes, NFL training camps are way too long and anything more than two exhibition games is wasting sweat and time.



    As of Tuesday, the Cowboys completed practice session No. 30 at three different sites from Texas to California, and already have played two exhibition games, the last one four days after the first one, and it not being impressive in several areas. Plus, the regular-season opener is still 3 1/2 weeks away.


    "You throw the travel conditions in there with everything else, and that's good," added Garrett. "You fight through a little adversity, and in the end it's going to make everyone better."


    Read more: http://www.star-telegram.com/2010/08/17/2410004/lengthy-training-camp-preseason.html#ixzz0wxvpfjP5




  2. boysfanindc

    boysfanindc Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    For the vets anything more then two pre-season games are probably a waste of time, but certainly not for the rookies and second year players.
  3. CCBoy

    CCBoy Well-Known Member

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    Just tell Galloway to start covering ping pong matches then...but given his tendencies to only look for negative facts, he would concentrate upon the number of damaged ping pong balls.

    He's 'groomed' training-bra Engles well....LOL. :rolleyes:

    He might have picked up on two consecutive crisp workouts there, that is a high water mark in this year's team coming together. He might have found it interesting in Jason Garrett and Tony Romo coming together and sharing notes and team views....or Tony and Roy Williams getting much more on the same page now. Heck no, he wants to mar a fan's view in the name of sport.

    I cut my fingers at work all the times, should I get another job now? Just journalistic elegance and direction. Maybe he should just go to the commissioner and tell him NO to an 18 game future season and be done with just hitting around Jerry Jones being his personally chosen 'whipping boy'......which he ISN'T!

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