Jaguars Hire Monte Kiffin As Defensive AssistantThe Jaguars have hired 76-year-old Monte Kiffin as a defensive assistant. Kiffin is entering his 50th year of coaching. He worked as the Cowboys defensive coordinator in 2012 and 2013.
Cowboys Won't Keep Kiffin: A Shock To The SystemInside of Valley Ranch, word is getting around that veteran coach Monte Kiffin won't be renewed by the Cowboys -- and that's not a shock.
Straight-Talking Marinelli Turning Dallas DefenseAfter the Cowboys surrendered the third-most yards in league history last season, the Dallas D has turned things around under defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli.
Cowboys 'Shake Ground' Of O And D CoordinatorsLast year’s Dallas Cowboys coordinators were on “shaky ground,’’ we wrote the day after the end of the 2013 regular season. Now the ground has shaken and Monte Kiffin and Bill Callahan have been jostled -- sideways.
Cowboys Demote Kiffin, Add Linehan As Play-Caller The Dallas Cowboys have demoted defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, giving his title to Rod Marinelli, and hired Scott Linehan as the passing game coordinator who will call plays.
Cowboys Kiffin Latest: 'Jerry Slow To Fire'Our report from the end of the Dallas Cowboys that has ownership considering an amicable retirement for 73-year-old defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and an elevation of his lieutenant Rob Marinelli was always a 'consideration' and is still in play.
Jerry Jones: Cowboys Will Stick With 4-3The 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.
Inside The D-Coordinator Cards Held By CowboysThe Bucs move to hire Lovie Smith as their head coach sets into motion the wheels that while help determine who will serve as the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive coordinator in 2014.
Jerry's State Of The Cowboys Address: We've Been 'In It'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 Doesn't Expect Big Changes To Coaching StaffJerry Jones reaffirmed his commitment to head coach Jason Garrett on Tuesday, but the status of Garrett's coordinators is still in limbo.
Sources: Cowboys Coordinators 'On Shaky Ground'Sources tell 105.3 The Fan's Mike Fisher that Garrett's coordinators are on 'shaky ground' following the team's third consecutive 8-8 season.
Cowboys Defense A Study In ContradictionsDallas shut down one of the NFL's best rushing attacks to beat Oakland, then let Chicago score on the first eight possessions of a 45-28 loss.