By DAVID MOORE / The Dallas Morning News The reminder can be subtle. Some days, it strikes on his drive down Interstate 635 to Cowboys practice. “You don’t see that bubble with the big star on it, and you think, ‘where am I going to work today,’ ” Ware said. Before the Cowboys moved into their spectacular new shrine, long before the team ended 12 seasons of playoff futility, there was the tragedy of May 2. Storms that howled through Valley Ranch that spring afternoon ransacked the lives of scouting assistant Rich Behm and special teams coach Joe DeCamillis. The physical evidence from the collapse of the club’s indoor practice facility, the mangled aluminum and shards of glass that were scattered across the practice fields, have been removed. But the emotional scars and lawsuits spawned by that day remain. Owner didn’t witness the mayhem. He was at that afternoon for the . “It seems like time has gone by so fast,” Jones said. “But there are other parts of it that seem like it was an eternity ago.” The anniversary of that dark day is this weekend. Once again, the Cowboys will host their rookie minicamp. Once again, the forecast… Read full this story
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