We may not know yet what all of the matchups are in the upcoming NFL preseason, but we do know that two teams are trying to work out a game. The Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams are apparently working to shake things up this Summer.
According to ESPN Staff Writer Todd Archer, the Cowboys and Rams are in discussions to play an NFL preseason game in Honolulu, Hawaii. Per the report, that Rams have been working on getting a preseason game in Honolulu since last year.
Archer noted that the Rams are partnering with the Hawaii Tourism Authority to make it happen. The game is expected to take place on August 17.
Sources: Rams, Cowboys discuss game in Hawaii https://t.co/Al8vPwvlT6
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) March 4, 2019
It has been a long time since Hawaii has hosted an NFL game, let alone a preseason game.
Aloha Stadium last hosted the Pro Bowl in 2015, while the last NFL preseason game to be played there came in the 1970s.
The Cowboys have famously taken their NFL preseason across the world. Since Jerry Jones took over the team, the Cowboys have visited four countries in the preseason.
The game would be a rematch of the 2018-19 NFL Divisional Playoff game.
Los Angeles hosted the game and won 30-22, advancing to the NFC Championship Game in the process.