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Rich Behm, a Dallas Cowboys scouting aide, and Joe DeCamillis, special teams coach, filed suit in Dallas County courts seeking unspecified damages resulting from injuries sustained when the Cowboys’ 6-year-old practice facility collapsed May 2 during a thunderstorm in Irving, Texas.

Their cases seek unspecified damages from facility designer-manufacturer Cover-All Building Systems, Saskatchewan, Canada; its U.S. sales and construction subsidiary, Summit Structures; JCI, the Vegas consulting firm; and other companies that played a role in erecting the structure. The Cowboys were not named as defendants in the suit.

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