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Date: Thursday, August 3, 2017
TIME: 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET
Venue: Tom Benson Stadium, Canton, OH
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Dallas Cowboys want to prove their surprisingly successful season was not a fluke as they start their 2017 preseason campaign. The Cowboys will face the Arizona Cardinals to kick off the preseason schedule.”One of my real memories of him is watching the tape the next day, the kickoff reel and he literally is 10 yards ahead of everybody on the kickoff,” Garrett said of Heath’s first Hall of Fame Game, via ESPN.com. games won’t count for the 2017 season standings, but NFL fans will take the preseason for what it’s worth: a time to look at fresh roster talent. The Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys will kick off exhibition action with the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio.
Watch Cowboys and Cardinalswill convene in Canton, Ohio, to take part in the annual Hall of Fame Game. But unlike the regular season — or even the early stages of preseason, Week 3 games — the Hall of Fame Game won’t feature many big names. Cowboys, led by rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, stunned the NFL with an 11-game winning streak on their way to finishing with a 13-3 record and capturing the NFL East title. Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals Live Heath added: who parlayed a solid performance into a roster spot. Heath has appeared in 62 games during his first four NFL seasons and signed a four-year deal last year.