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Ware does figure to be more present at team HQ as the Cowboys would like to use him in the broadcasting wing. But otherwise? His best fit really is as “icon.’’
Mike Fisher explains Dez Bryant’s contract situation and why it’s premature to say he should just be cut.
To most Cowboys observers — even the ones like me who think highly of Garrett but cannot help but concede a lack of sustained success during his time — it is a mind-boggling, nerve-jangling, confidence-shaking statement, except for one thing.
Former Seahawks Defensive Coordinator Kris Richard is reportedly on his way to Dallas as the Defensive Backs Coach and Passing Game Coordinator.
The most publicized reason for the departure from the Dallas Cowboys of Matt Eberflus — in theory this franchise’s defensive coordinator-in-waiting — concerns the “toes’’ of his immediate supervisor and mentor, Rod Marinelli.
Brice Butler wanted to the Dallas Cowboys to play him. And by voicing that opinion via Skip Bayless’ cesspool of a TV show, Butler did indeed “get played.’’
Amid an assortment of wild speculation and inaccurate reporting taking hold over the course of the last week, McClay — the Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel— issued a very powerful statement on Wednesday morning while saying very few words.
Mike Fisher asked the Dallas Mavericks coach if he finds himself in a difficult position after he was critical of ESPN’s story about LaVar Ball.
It is an annual occurrence, as predictable and reliable as the change of seasons: Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel Will McClay receives flirtations from NFL teams considering giving him a fancier title to depart Dallas.
The very latest on the Cowboys Coaching Carousel.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that “we’ll have quite a bit of change’’ on the coaching staff.