With the NFL’s latest rule overhaul and the end of the season coming to a close, it’s time to take a look at what the future holds for the Dallas Cowboy’s 2017 season.
With that said, let’s take a quick look at the latest rule changes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
What’s changed in Dallas/Forth Worth?
As per the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have announced that they will be moving to a new home in the University of Texas at Dallas.
The move is expected to help with the Cowboys’ attendance numbers and the revenue the team generates.
It’s not clear exactly what the new facility will look like, but it will be expected to be more of a sports facility, with the emphasis on football.
In addition, the new team will likely play at the Dallas Memorial Stadium.
There are some new developments in Dallas as well.
As per the Morning News article, the city is also expected to get rid of its controversial Confederate monuments.
The city will replace them with smaller ones, but with a new logo.
The new logo will be similar to that of the Dallas Stars and will be the same color.
The Dallas/Dallas Cowboys are a franchise that has made its name in the American South, but the team is expected be moving from the state of Texas to Dallas.
The team is also moving to the University Of North Texas, which will be one of the first teams to be relocated to the city.
According to the Dallas Observer, the school is expected move to downtown Dallas, with its football stadium located on the west side of the city along Lamar Boulevard.
The Dallas Mavericks, which have been in Fort Worth since 1997, will also be moving, with their current home, the AT&T Center, being moved to the area of Northgate Boulevard.
The team is reportedly moving to downtown Arlington.
According to the Morning Watch, the team has also received some new facilities, which are expected to include a new training facility and a new parking lot.
The facility that the Cowboys will use will be called “The Big House,” and will likely be similar in size to the one that the Dallas Mavericks use.
The Cowboys are not the only team to move.
The New Orleans Saints are also looking to relocate, as the team announced it is moving to Louisiana to become the Saints’ home.
The Saints have not confirmed the move, but they did make the announcement in December.
The report says that the team will move from its current facility on the University Avenue Bridge.
The new stadium that will be built by the New Orleans Pelicans will be in downtown New Orleans, with plans to be complete by 2019.
The stadium will have a capacity of approximately 25,000 fans.
The Pelicans will have four players from each team, with three of them likely to be from the Cowboys.
The league has also announced that it will re-evaluate the NFL and whether or not it should continue to pay players in the form of “penalties.”
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the league is expected review its salary cap this year and see whether or no they should increase their player payroll by more than $25 million.
The league will also consider increasing the minimum salary for players to be able to join the league.
The NFL has also confirmed that it is planning to re-open its Super Bowl era.
The NFL will hold a meeting in early 2019 with all the owners, and the league will then have a decision to make about whether or the NFL should continue in its Super Showcase format.
The current owners of the Cowboys, the Dallas Roughnecks and the Fort Worth Stampeders are expected not to attend the meeting, according to the Star-Telegram.
However, the NFL has announced that the league has “resolved” to host its championship game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, for 2019.
The decision was made by league officials following a meeting of the owners this week, which took place in New Orleans.
It is not yet clear what exactly happened during the meeting and whether the owners will have any additional discussion about the decision.
As per Schefter’s report, the owners were expected to reach a decision on the future of the league after the meeting.
In fact, the meeting was so close that the owner of the New York Giants, James Bettis, reportedly called his team’s owner, Jerry Jones, to congratulate him on the meeting with the league leaders.