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Liz Habib Sports List:Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys have arrived!

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Texas may be trying to steal California's jobs but the biggest thing in Texas has touched down at Pt. Mugu.  Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys are here for their annual training camp in Oxnard. Safety Barry Church says if they had to stay in Texas for camp it would be like working out in the Mojave Desert so it is a relief to be in southern California. Pt. Mugu Naval Station welcomes the Cowboys so they don't have to land at LAX or Burbank, so as a big thank you to the military families, the players, world famous Cowboy's cheerleaders, and the coaches sign autographs on the base. The Cowboys haven't been to the playoffs in four years, Romo is coming off a herniated disk surgery and odds makers are picking Philadelphia to win the NFC East.  Can 4th year coach Jason Garrett turn it around this season?  How 'bout dem Cowboys?

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