The Dallas Cowboys won’t be on the field at AT & T Stadium until Monday night, but there was a lot of action in Arlington on Sunday before the team’s home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Thousands of fans attended the rally day, and many families enjoyed games, stadium tours, and contests.
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Nelson Colon, his two sons, and his father went on a man’s trip and traveled from Philadelphia to support Arlington’s favorite team.
“September 27th is my birthday, so this is a birthday present from my wife to us,” Colon said. “I never jumped on a boat because I grew up with my dad in the 90’s and was with him at all of the Cowboys Super Bowl parties.”
When the Cowboys play against the Eagles, they play without aggressive tackles. La’el Collins was suspended for trying to bribe an NFL drug test collector.
Colon said he was still predicting the Cowboys’ victory.
“It’s the next guy, and I like that idea. I’m sure I’ll be out here on Monday night with a win,” he said.
Officials said Sunday’s Rally Day was the largest crowd in the Rally Days since the launch of COVID-19.