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No one is crying in sunny southern California at Dallas Cowboys training camp.
Last week, a Washington Redskins fan was devastated after she was unable to get autographs of her favorite team at their training camp.
In response to the YouTube video that went viral, three young Cowboys fans decided to show their "disappointment" after waiting to get autographs of America's Team.
"We spent two and a half hours at the Dallas Cowboys training camp, and we only got everything," one of the boys says in the video.
But apparently that wasn't enough.
One of the other boys was also "devastated" with his signed football.
"I got like 20 autographs, but there's still more space!"
Just to add a little more fuel to the NFC East rivalry, the cameraman concludes the video with some strong words.
"And that's just one more reason why the Cowboys rule and the Redskins suck," he says.
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