Stephen Jones wouldn’t give a timetable, but he did say on Tuesday that the Dallas Cowboys look forward to having training camp return to San Antonio in the future.
The Cowboys executive vice president was asked about a possible return during a radio interview on KZDC-AM 1250 in San Antonio.
“No one loves San Antonio more than the Dallas Cowboys,” Jones said. “I think there may be a bigger percentage of the population that are Cowboys fans in San Antonio than there maybe are in the Metroplex.
“We certainly cherish our relationship with San Antonio. Albeit, we don’t have a specific time, my money says that we’ll be back there again. We always have a great experience there and we certainly never take for granted our great following and our great fans there in San Antonio. The city there has never treated us with anything but the best. We certainly look forward to coming back there in the future.”
The Cowboys will have training camp in Oxnard, Calif. for the next two years, meaning 2015 would be the earliest that the team could return to San Antonio.
San Antonio hosted Cowboys training camp in 2002 and 2003 before having it return from 2007-2010. The camp home was split between San Antonio and Oxnard in 2010.