The Dallas Cowboys are rescheduling preseason games because of One Direction

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

A boy band concert at AT&T Stadium is making the Cowboys change their preseason plans.

The Cowboys defense is used to having "One Direction" imposed on them- backwards. *drops mic*

But this year the entire team will be inconvenienced by the British boy band. They're planning a concert at AT&T Stadium on August 24th, which coincides with the Cowboys week three preseason game that is traditionally played at home. Per SportsDayDFW:

Since the Cowboys conduct training camp in Oxnard, Calif., the team normally likes to play their first two pre-season games on the West Coast before breaking camp to return to Valley Ranch. That’s not possible this season because One Direction will perform at AT&T Stadium on Aug. 24.

The Dallas Cowboys have their training camp in Oxnard, California to escape the stifling North Texas heat. But along with the nice weather comes some scheduling complications in regards to the teams' home preseason games. You wouldn't think that "teenage girls invading their turf" would be one of those issues unless Mark Sanchez came back to town, but here we are.

This leaves the Cowboys in an interesting spot. They can either end their training camp a week earlier than normal before their week two home game against the Ravens, or a week later before they play the Broncos in week four. The former would put the rookies at a disadvantage, while the latter would likely irk some veterans. But hey, Jerry Jones has to pay off the rest of the $1.3 billion note somehow, and postseason ticket sales haven't made a dent.

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