Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden and rookie cornerback Jourdan Lewis both missed their scheduled charter flight to Southern California for training camp in Oxnard.
For McFadden not much is expected out of the missed flight, rather only that he'll now have to pay for his own flight to make Sunday's deadline.
Lewis missed his flight because of his domestic violence trial he's currently dealing with in Michigan, per the Dallas News.
"McFadden isn't the only player who must make it to Oxnard on his own dime. Cornerback Orlando Scandrick flew back to California after reporting to The Star for physicals and a conditioning test on Friday. Defensive lineman David Irving did not report to The Star, but club officials say he's in California and is expected to report before Sunday afternoon's deadline."
"Third-round pick Jourdan Lewis also missed Saturday's charter. Lewis was at The Star a few days ago for the start of rookie minicamp but left Wednesday evening to return to Michigan for a pre-trial hearing on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence."
"The trial -- Lewis has plead not guilty -- begins Monday and is expected to conclude quickly. The rookie cornerback is currently scheduled to take a late flight Tuesday and be in Oxnard for Wednesday's practice."