Cowboys moving to Frisco in 2016

THE DALLAS COWBOYS ARE MOVING THEIR PRACTICE FACILITY AND HEADQUARTERS FROM VALLEY RANCH TO FRISCO, TEXAS AND WILL BUILD AN COMPLEX THAT WILL INCLUDE AN INDOOR STADIUM AND HEADQUARTERS.

THE FRISCO CITY COUNCIL AND THE CITY'S SCHOOL BOARD RECENTLY VOTED TO APPROVE A $115 MILLION AGREEMENT TO BUILD THE COMPLEX.

JERRY JONES AND MEMBERS OF THE COWBOYS' STAFF CAME TO FRISCO TTUESDAY TO MAKE IT ALL OFFICIAL.

THE SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL CONTRIBUTE $30 MILLION AND IT'S HIGH SCHOOLS WILL PLAY GAMES IN THE STADIUM.

THE COWBOYS WILL DEVELOP THE REMAINING LAND ON THE 91-ACRE TRACT.

FRISCO OFFICIALS WANT TO HAVE THE FACILITY READY FOR THE 2016 SEASON.


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