The Dallas Cowboys have been holding their OTA’s in Oxnard, California for the past several seasons, but that may be changing this year.
According to the VCStar newspaper, The city of Oxnard and the Los Angeles Rams came to a tentative agreement Thursday for the recently transplanted Rams to hold their organized team activities and mini camp practices on the same practice fields used by the Cowboys for their training camp.
Terms of the deal, which must be approved by the Oxnard City Council on Tuesday to become official, have the Rams renting the River Ridge fields and the adjoining locker room starting on April 18 and staying through June 17.
According to Oxnard Assistant City Manager Scott Whitney, the deal will generate a net income of $86,000 for the city. Whitney said those funds are unrestricted and can be used in any capacity.