Cowboys hope to reach Super Bowl history

By Ryan Peterson - bio | email

SAN ANTONIO, TX (KLTV) - Cowboys Stadium will host the biggest game in sports as Super Bowl 45 comes to Arlington next February. At the training camp kickoff party, Tony Romo told fans see you in the Super Bowl.

"To me, all of this is motivational to the team," said Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones.

The Cowboys players say they're motivated for the next game.

"I'm trying to get to the Hall of Fame game and see Emmitt (Smith) get inducted and win that," said Cornerback Terence Newman. "We have a lot of things to do before we talk about the playoffs and Super Bowl. We have to win football games first and the way our schedule is lined up right now, we've got a lot of good football teams to play."

Pro owl Tight End Jason Witten agrees.

"I don't think you care to talk about it," said Witten. "You don't want to be on the record for saying anything. We know what's at stake but more than that, so much has to take place. So I think guys are doing a good job not getting caught up in it."

Head Coach Wade Phillips says it's not about the Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium. It's about the next practice.

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