Sherman Out As Cowboys Wide Receivers Coach

Wally Lynn, 105.3 The Fan

DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – Receivers coach Ray Sherman will not return to the Dallas Cowboys next season.  Sherman’s contract with the Cowboys is up and he released the following statement:

“My contract with the Dallas Cowboys is expiring at the end of the season,” Sherman said. “I appreciate the opportunity that the Cowboys have given me. I was able to coach a great group of receivers who now have a tremendous foundation, giving them the ability to continue to excel for years to come in the NFL.”

Sherman was considered a calming influence with new wide receiver Dez Bryant.  He interviewed for the had coaching position last week and said that he “Thought it went well,” during the three-hour visit with Jerry Jones.  He was reportedly informed of the decision on Friday, the day after Jason Garrett was introduced as head coach.

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One Comment

  1. ilvrw says:

    Was this Jerry’s or Jason’s decision?

  2. southlake says:

    Good. I don’t know him personally, but his wife is terrible. What a DIVA! Glad they’re leaving Southlake.

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