Cowboys may get their own channel Agreement near with Comcast for 24-hour station, sources say I have edited the article for length and content. CaC By JEAN-JACQUES TAYLOR / The Dallas Morning News IRVING The Dallas Cowboys are close to an agreement with Comcast Corp. to create a cable TV channel that would air around-the-clock Cowboys programming, sources familiar with the team's negotiations said Monday. Although the Cowboys can't televise their preseason games in another NFL market, such as Houston, they could air the rest of their programming. Because there is no NFL team in Los Angeles, the Cowboys could take advantage of marketing opportunities in Southern California by having the channel available to Comcast subscribers there. The Cowboys completed their training camp in Oxnard, Calif., on Friday and have agreed to return in 2005. Oxnard is about an hour north of Los Angeles. Hmmmmm.....remodeling the Rose Bowl, girls drumming up interest in LA LA land. Putting pressure on Arlington maybe? LA Cowgirls, doesn't sound too outlandish.....does it? :hehe: I love conspiracy theories.