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ARLINGTON, TEXAS (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys website is back to normal.
The team apparently failed to renew registration of the dallascowboys.com domain name and the site was replaced Sunday night with a generic page for Network Solutions LLC, the Dallas Morning News reported Tuesday.
For a time Monday, a day when coach Wade Phillips was fired after his team started 1-7, the website had an image of two children playing soccer. Dallascowboys.com was back up on Tuesday.
Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said he had no information about the website registration. He says that when the website “goes down every now and then, they usually get it right back up again.”
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