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Cowboys finalize pre-season schedule

IRVING, TEXAS (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys have finalized a preseason schedule that starts on national television against Oakland.
    
The Cowboys open Aug. 13 at the Raiders, then play another California road game five days later in San Diego.
    
Dallas is holding training camp in Oxnard, Calif., starting in late July.
    
The Cowboys will break camp before coming home for their final two preseason games. They face St. Louis on Aug. 25 and Miami on Aug. 29 at Cowboys Stadium.
    
Dallas opens the regular season at the Super Bowl champion New York Giants on Sept. 5.

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