The great state of Texas is presently dealing with a major disaster, and now it has had a direct impact on the Dallas Cowboys.
As a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, and the safety concerns that the ongoing flooding have raised, the Cowboys preseason games against the Houston Texans has been moved out of Houston.
For Cowboys fans there is a silver lining, the game will now instead be played in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium, and while certainly no Cowboys' fan would have asked for this, it works out well for them.
The Cowboys have already allowed the Texans to use their practice facility in Frisco, Texas which is of course a very classy move from the Cowboys.
"I know a lot of the lives of their families are affected by this," said Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett as per USA Today. "We're here to support them in any way we can."
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