If the Dallas Cowboys dismiss offensive coordinator Bill Callahan, would the third time in flirting with Norv Turner be the charm to bring him back to Valley Ranch?
Bailey, 25, is set to be a restricted free agent. The Cowboys can issue him a first-round tender (guaranteeing Bailey a salary of about $3 million) or a second-round tender (at about $2 million).
The Cowboys have been mum on whether or not defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin will return in 2014. But Jerry Jones is certain about one thing: the Cowboys will not abandon the 4-3.
Some of the most prominent politicians and business people in the state came together Thursday in Dallas to remember billionaire and business legend Harold Simmons.
Indeed, while Jones said there will be fewer changes on the staff than last year, and also said he’s in no hurry to finalize things, his unwillingness to commit to the coordinators seems to speak volumes.
Jerry Jones reaffirmed his commitment to head coach Jason Garrett on Tuesday, but the status of Garrett’s coordinators is still in limbo.
The Dallas Cowboys lost their final game of the season, and missed the playoffs as a result, for the third straight year. However, for all the problems and difficulties, there is still room for optimism when it comes to the Cowboys’ future.
Is Jerry Jones embarrassed by the Cowboys’ failures over the past 17 seasons? As honest as the question was, the answer was even more direct.
Dallas Cowboys defensive leader Jason Hatcher insists the Cowboys are on the rise. But will he and DeMarcus Ware be around to see it next season?
Despite their dearth of recent success, all eyes will be on the Cowboys. For the karma and the drama, for better or worse, they are America’s team. Mostly for worse. Just watch on Sunday.
The Dallas Cowboys are making moves on a trio of quarterback fronts: overseeing a steroid injection for Tony Romo; preparing well-paid veteran backup Kyle Orton; and signing 41-year-old Jon Kitna.
As 2013 draws to a close, let’s take a look back at the top 10 figures in the sporting world who would have been far better off avoiding Twitter, taking the high road, or playing the quiet game