SCHUYLER DIXON AP Pro Football Writer Tim Flynn was looking forward to one final year as the mayoral host of training camp for the Dallas Cowboys in Oxnard, California. So much for that. The pandemic forced the NFL to abandon, at least for this year, the fading but still time-honored tradition of teams traveling to training camp. The league's version of a stay-at-home order will end the latest California run for the Cowboys, stop the 54-year streak for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and keep the Carolina Panthers away from the only campsite the 25-year-old franchise has known. And Flynn won't get that final, formal goodbye with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Camps are scheduled to start July 28. "It's a little bit of a disappointment for me individually because I'm m
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