In a move that suggests an authority grab by head coach Jason Garrett and disgruntlement with offensive coordinator Bill Callahan, the Cowboys on Tuesday arranged to hire Scott Linehan for a play calling role in Dallas.
In fact, Richard Sherman – now preparing for Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII against the Broncos – did NFL football exactly right that day. For 60 minutes and then for a few minutes more.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed kicker Dan Bailey to what is being billed as a new seven-year deal through 2020, though privately both sides view it as Bailey being paid his “restricted year plus six more years.’’
It was, a ‘game of attrition’ and a game of anxiety Monday afternoon in Cleveland, where the Mavs survived the injury loss of two starters and the shrinkage of a 24-point first-half bulge to record a 102-97 victory over the Cavs.
Phillips – the son of Wade Phillips and the grandson of the late Bum Phillips – will supplant Sean McVay, who has been elevated to offensive coordinator under new Washington coach Jay Gruden.
The call for more NBA officiating ‘transparency’ comes now from Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban in the wake of the NBA having twice in the last two weeks announced that last-second calls that went in Dallas’ favor were…
The Mavs organization benefited from a trio of positive personnel reports on Tuesday. Let’s handle the flood of positive Mavericks news one droplet at a time.
Assorted Dallas Cowboys players are using the start of the offseason to “clean up’’ injury issues sustained in 2013. Included on that list: Special-teams star Dwayne Harris and starting right tackle Doug Free.
Our report from the end of the Dallas Cowboys that has ownership considering an amicable retirement for 73-year-old defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and an elevation of his lieutenant Rob Marinelli was always a ‘consideration’ and is still in play.
Dallas coach Rick Carlisle’s review of the 112-90 rout Wednesday at the hands of the Spurs: ‘San Antonio makes you pay. The third quarter was a demolition. We got out-competed.’
Chris Boniol and the Dallas Cowboys have ‘mutually agreed’ to part ways, the special-teams assistant coach tells me today.
Traditionalists and purists will moan, but an expansion of the NFL Playoffs adding two more wild-card teams is coming.