With the 2018 NFL season just around the corner, there’s been a ton of speculation as to what the future holds for the Dallas Cowboys and their franchise.
But the one thing we can say for certain is that the Cowboys won’t be the ones to get out of town.
While some fans have suggested that the team could go for a rebuild, that idea is a bit of a stretch.
As we’ve seen with every team over the years, it doesn’t take much to put the franchise in serious trouble.
In fact, in some ways, the Cowboys may even be a better fit for a new stadium than they are for one.
The Cowboys have had several attempts at getting a new facility built over the last few years, with the team eventually settling on the Texas Tribune’s Dallas Center.
The team would be able to use a massive parking garage that would hold 10 million square feet, which would have been enough to accommodate a full NFL stadium.
And if the Cowboys had the money to pay for the construction, it would be an ideal location.
In addition to that, the Texas Legislature has already approved $100 million in state funding to build a stadium for the team.
That funding will be used to renovate the Cowboys’ old downtown stadium, but the team will also have to pay some of that cost.
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