Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan tells me as of Friday afternoon that he has not received an invitation to interview for a head-coaching vacancy — and he seems unperturbed by that.
It’s the third time this season Gregory has been suspended.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is but a rookie, yet he is aware. “Nice try,” he joked on Thursday when asked by the media about his bye week social plans. “Hanging out. Getting rested.”
Brandon Carr is the winner of the Dallas Cowboys’ 2016 “Good Guy Award” in voting by the local media
A Dallas Cowboys source has confirmed our Wednesday morning report on the planned signing of former first-round guard Jonathan Cooper, who will be added to the active roster for the playoffs.
On Sunday night, after Gregory played well in the otherwise-meaningless loss at Philly, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said, “We just got to work and figure out a way to keep him on the field.’’ But what would be that way?
There’s no way to know from year to year which opponents will be good. But as the Cowboys’ 2017 schedule is now finalized, their opponents look … well … good.
Regarding Tony Romo, the Cowboys flipped. Now it’s hoped, regarding Tony Romo, the Cowboys don’t flop.
The Cowboys QB question for Week 17 will go from being a “who” to being a “why.” Sources say that Tony Romo is petitioning Cowboys management to get some snaps in the otherwise meaningless visit to Philadelphia.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said that, when it comes to Sunday’s relatively meaningless regular season finale in Philadelphia, it is “all hands on deck.” But, at the moment, the Cowboys are short on hands.
Having made it to the NFC playoff, the early lockup for the Dallas Cowboys leaves the team with two “meaningless’’ regular-season games left to play — and decisions to make regarding how to play them.
While Ezekiel Elliott acknowledges that breaking Eric Dickerson’s rookie rushing record would be “special,” it’s not the decision-making driving force for the stretch-run Dallas Cowboys.