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So, are you ready to know who's officially going to be in charge of the Cowboys offense next season? When speaking to the press on Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys ownergeneral manager Jerry Jones let the world know his decision. It is going to be Bill Callahan, the Dallas Morning News reports. Jones said that the decision on who would be calling the plays next season for Dallas was made weeks ago. The newspaper reports that Callahan is "honored" and stressed that it would be a collaborative effort with Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. So, the speculation is finally over. If you have a problem with what plays are being called for Tony Romo and company next season, blame Callahan, not Garrett.
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