The Dallas Cowboys, 2-0 in preseason and fresh off a come-from-behind overtime victory over the San Diego Chargers, close their Thousand Oaks training camp this morning and head home to prepare for the Chicago Bears.
And they will not waste any time getting ready. There will be practices in Dallas tonight and Saturday before the Bears (0-2) arrive in Texas Stadium for a nationally televised game Monday night.
The Cowboys leave Thousand Oaks in shape, Landry said.
"I think we're pretty well on schedule," he added. "We've had some injuries in our guard position with Brian Baldinger and Crawford Ker. Besides that, everything has gone quite well."
"I think we can have quality," said Landry. "If (defensive end Kevin) Brooks, (linebacker Jessie) Penn and Ker come through, they're going to be big, strong players. If you can get three guys like that to come through and play for you, then you've had a good draft.