No pay for fans, no pads for the Dallas Cowboys.
More than 21,000 fans attended a practice at Cowboys Stadium that was free and open to the public Tuesday night. The team had a nearly two-hour walkthrough session in shorts and helmets.
The light workload was expected since the Cowboys play their second preseason game in five days Thursday night, at home against Oakland. They have another walkthrough Wednesday at their regular Valley Ranch practice facility.
Because of the normal rush hour and a large crowd going to the Texas Rangers game against the New York Yankees across the street, buses carrying Cowboys players arrived late after getting caught in traffic.
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