Found January 20, 2012 on NBC Dallas- Fort Worth:
PLAYERS: Jason Garrett
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
For the past four seasons, coaching the Dallas Cowboys’ secondary has been a two-man job, and it appears that the team wants to keep it that way. Between 2008 and last season, Dave Campo and Brett Maxie coached the secondary together, with Campo handling the cornerbacks and Maxie dealing with the safeties. Now, both of those guys are gone--Campo will become the defensive coordinator at Kansas, after not being asked back by the team, and Maxie will head to Tennessee for a secondary coaching job with the Titans after declining a two-year offer from Dallas--and Jerome Henderson stands as the team’s only secondary coach as we speak. But the team plans on bringing in another coach to assist Henderson, Jason Garrett said Thursday at the new coaches introduction to the Dallas media, keeping with the paradigm they’ve had in place for the past four years. We’re not sure who the team might have their eye on for the role, and we’re not sure the team knows either, but we’ll bring you more...

Cowboys Need More Players Who HATE To Lose

Most of the time I hardly agree with anything JJT has to say, but I must say he is spot on with this post in which he calls into questions the Cowboys’ inability to come through in the clutch. Jason Garrett can fix the Cowboys. First, though, he must stop lying to himself. He can add a pass-rusher from the draft, or a guard and a cornerback in free agency – and it still won’t...

Cowboys' new OC has serious credentials

Either Cowboys owner Jerry Jones or head coach Jason Garrett threw the organization's loyal fans a bone when Bill Callahan was hired to take over as offensive line coachoffensive coordinator last week. This isn't an earthshattering move, but it does feel like an admission that Garrett could use a little help on the sideline. And knowing how loyal Garrett was to longtime...

Jason Garrett Willing to Give Up Play-calling Duties

On Thursday,  Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said that he would be willing to give up play-calling duties,  but it won’t happen in 2012. “Absolutely, absolutely,” Garrett said when he was asked if he’ll give up play=calling one day.  “I think you just get to a point where, ‘Hey, I’m going to turn that over to somebody else,’ and you’ve seen that around...

Dallas Cowboys News: Jason Garrett’s Play-Calling Duties and Swapping Tackles

The Cowboys generated a few news items worth noting this week. With the hiring of Bill Callahan as offensive coordinator, Jason Garrett suggested that he might delegate play-calling duties. However, he has waffled on this point, and nobody is sure what will happen. In other news, the Cowboys returned to babysitting duties with Dez Bryant. When they weren’t doing that, they were...

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett excited about addition of Bill Callahan to staff, happy for Tony Sparano

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Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on moving Tyron Smith to left tackle: 'It's certainly a possibility'

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Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hasn't spoken to Dez Bryant since nightclub incident

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Staff Meeting

Jason Garrett has his eye on a strong offseason, starting with two new staff hires. He will continue to call plays, with new offensive coordinator/O-line coach Bill Callahan providing a veteran presence.

Cowboys talk to WR Bryant about altercation at club

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett admitted that team officials have talked to wide receiver Dez Bryant about an altercation at a Miami Beach night club. Bryant was involved in a skirmish outside Club Liv on Sunday, ESPN Dallas reported. Miami police detailed that the wideout was detained - but not arrested - and there was no police report filed. "I have not spoken to him...

Garrett: Moving Tyron Smith To Left Tackle "Certainly A Posibility"

After a season of Tyron Smith at right tackle and Doug Free at left, the Dallas Cowboys are open to the idea of flipping the two, employing their 2011 first round pick Smith as the protector of Tony Romo’s blindside, in 2012. In the introduction of the Cowboys’ new-look coaching staff on Thursday, head coach Jason Garrett responded to the idea, which has been floating around...

Cowboys considering offensive line shuffle

The arrival of Bill Callahan in Dallas has the team mulling some changes to the offensive line. Callahan has praised rookie tackle Tyron Smith since being hired as the team’s new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. Head coach Jason Garrett admitted that the team is thinking about moving Smith from right tackle to left…
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