- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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In addition to the Jaguars game, the Cowboys are scheduled to play at St. Louis, Seattle, Tennessee and a corresponding NFC North team, which would be Green Bay right now. Add in the flights for the division games to Newark, N.J., Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., and the Cowboys will spend a lot of time on their airline charter.
For the round trips, the Cowboys will travel 24,768 air miles in 2014. Add in training camp in Oxnard, Calif., and the Cowboys will have their fair share of frequent flier miles in 2014.
This year, the Cowboys will fly 15,468 air miles round trip.
The NFL schedules teams' bye weeks after their international games, so look for the Cowboys' trip to Seattle next year to be early or late in the season to help them space out their travel.