The NFL's decision means that the Cowboys will hold their entire training camp at The Star in Frisco. Since opening The Star in 2016, the Cowboys have spent the first portion of camp in California and the second half in North Texas.
As they have every year, it's unknown if fans will be permitted to attend traning camp this time around. It's also unclear if this edict by the NFL will have any affect on the Cowboys preseason schedule, which kicks off with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio on Aug. 6. That game is followed by a date with the Los Angeles Chargers in the brand new SoFi Stadium on Aug. 16. The west coast preseason opener is a staple on the Cowboys schedule every year due to them holding the start of camp in Oxnard every year. It's a little different, obviously, with the inclusion of the Hall of Fame Game.
Dallas is one of two teams in the NFL who hold their camp outside of their home state. The other is the Panthers, who hold their camp in nearby Spartanburg, South Carolina.