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Struggles for America's team as they kick off Cowboys Camp

(Source: KLTV staff) (Source: KLTV staff)
OXNARD, CA (KLTV) -

Cowboy's training camp in Oxnard, California is kicking off today.

It all started, as it does every year with the annual State of the Team Address.

Before the address got started, KLTV Sports Director Justin Woodard jumped on Facebook to pass along some news about the Cowboys and answer questions for fans in his Facebook Live.

Justin says Dallas is coming off a four and twelve season with a lot of injuries. At the top of the injured list last season: Quarterback Tony Romo and Lufkin native, Dez Bryant. Without those two key players, the Cowboy's definitely struggled through the 2105 season.

Out of the four wins that Dallas had last season, Tony Romo started in three of them. Those wins were in large part because of Romo, winning only one game without the star quarterback.

Woodard says there are a lot of suspensions to talk about for Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett. One of the biggest questions is Rolando McClain's status with the team. He will miss at least 10 games for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. McClain was not on the teams charter Thursday night.

To get up to the date information on all the action at Cowboys Camp stay tuned to KLTV 7. 

Click here for Twitter updates from Justin and all the KLTV sports team.

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