Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has been named Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers Association of America.
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.
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.
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.
From dog shows to championship sports matchups, Jerry Jones believes that the $1.2 billion showplace of the Cowboys will always be a destination for signature events.
The owner of the Dallas Cowboys is donating about 250 acres of land he purchased for $7.3 million to the Razorbacks Foundation.
Pugh attended Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina and was drafted by the Cowboys in 1965.
The joint legislative committee that led an investigation into the George Washington Bridge scandal is considering looking into New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s free tickets and travel to Dallas Cowboys games. Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has taken his share of criticism for repeatedly supporting the Dallas Cowboys. Owner Jerry Jones doesn’t care.
The Dallas Cowboys’ newest good luck charm has been attending games on the owner’s dime.
Twitter is abuzz again about Gov. Chris Christie and his beloved Dallas Cowboys.