From inside Cowboys headquarters, a position-by-position look at head coach Jason Garrett’s staff, featuring names as they appear now and might appear at the week’s end.
Doug Marrone became the second coach scooped up by an NFL team Monday, hired by the Buffalo Bills. The move leaves five teams still searching for replacements for coaches who were fired a week ago — the day after the regular season ended.
Andy Reid has been introduced as the new coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, one week after he was fired following 14 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.
In a span of about 90 minutes before lunch Monday, coaches Andy Reid, Pat Shurmur, Romeo Crennel and Chan Gailey were let go by their teams after losing seasons. None of the moves were surprising, and more are expected.
The Eagles made the announcement Monday. Team owner Jeffrey Lurie says, “it is time for the Eagles to move in a new direction.”
The former Texas Tech quarterback was formally introduced as the head coach of the Red Raiders on Friday. He succeeds Tommy Tuberville, who unexpectedly left for Cincinnati.
With several high-profile vacancies in college football, Stoops was asked Monday about his name being connected to the opening at Tennessee.
Dallas Cowboys fans are a little jaded after Thursday’s loss to the Washington Redskins.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he has “a lot of faith” in coach Jason Garrett and dismisses reports that he might be interested in bringing in Sean Payton next season.
CBS 11 News has learned that Plano school officials never notified Murphy Police about allegations that a teacher molested a student two years ago.
Texas Longhorns coach Mack Brown dismissed suggestions he may be ready to retire, saying he’s still got energy and the backing of the school and its big boosters.
“I think different coaches have different personalities,” Garrett responded. “One of the things I’ve learned a long time ago, really in life, as a player and certainly as a coach is you have to be who you are.”