The front office closed its three-day window of exclusive negotiating rights with coaches late Wednesday by agreeing with offensive boss Scott Linehan on an extension.
The NFL says the coaching staffs of the Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens will lead the Pro Bowl teams in Arizona next month.
With the Dallas Cowboys working to finalize a 5-year deal to keep Jason Garrett as the head coach, sources tell The Fan that deals to keep other key coaches with the club are ‘in the works’ and are ‘not done yet.’
Garrett’s overall record is suddenly 42-32. His owner (who could’ve extended Garrett last year but didn’t) is suddenly so pleased that he’s labeled Garrett “my Coach of the Year” in the immediate wake of the end of the season.
The Cowboys opened the season with few expectations but finished in the playoffs and were one call away from moving on to the NFC Championship. Here’s a look at the Cowboys 2014 season.
While some observers see Garrett moving into the offseason as “risky,’’ the Cowboys simply see it as part of a business model that has always been in place.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett refuses to blame officials for Dallas’ 26-21 loss to Green Bay on Sunday. He also refuses to back down from his position that Dez Bryant made a spectacular catch.
Dallas Cowboys fans greet the team at airport after loss to Green Bay Packers.
The Princeton-educated leader of the Dallas Cowboys went all riverboat gambler — going for it on fourth-and-6 near midfield when the safer play would have been to punt and hope to get the ball back.
Facing a fourth down and trailing 20-17 late in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys had a decision to make. Jason Garrett made the right one.
Jason Garrett came into this final season of his contract with Jerry Jones maintaining that an extension wasn’t imminent. But now that question has essentially been answered.
The team that couldn’t win big games in December went 4-0 this time, zooming past Philadelphia to win the NFC East and earning a first-round home game against Detroit (11-5) on Sunday.