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On the day Jerry Jones named his new full-time head coach two years ago, he insisted that Jason Garrett would have final say on everything that happens on the roster and the coaching staff. There was a belief, by some, that Jones' longtime relationship with Garrett and his father would provide the foundation for a respectful working arrangement.
But in the aftermath of another 8-8 season that doesn't include a playoff trip, Jerry has taken back that promise. Garrett told reporters Monday that he expected to continue calling plays and that he felt like the "program" was moving forward. It only took Jones a day to undercut his head coach in suggesting that changes were in store. He could've at least had the decency to pretend that some of these changes were Garrett's idea, but that's not his style. He let it be known on his weekly radio show (105.3) that he was "irritated" and that it would be "uncomfortable" for the next few weeks an...
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About a week ago, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett wasn’t open to giving up his play-calling duties.I’m sure Garrett had a nice little talk with owner Jerry Jones because now he’s changed his mind and is open to bringing in an offensive coordinator to call plays.“We would just talk it through,” Garrett said of a potential discussion with owner Jerry Jones during...
Cowboys Nation is still waiting for some “changes” in Dallas, nothing last week, but with a full work week this week, maybe some changes will start coming. Last year Tony Sparano looked like a good fit to return, but didn’t happen, and this year the talk revolves around Norv Turner. You also have the possibility of changes on defense, Rob Ryan and the 3-4 are on the hot seat...
Jerry says changes are coming. No, he won’t replace himself, Jason Garrett, or Tony Romo. But changes are coming. Involving someone. Or something.
The potential “big” news this offseason is Jerry Jones’ statement that he will consider making some significant changes. Involving someone. Or something.
Rick Gosselin says that Jerry needs to make dramatic changes.
We know what...
In 1992, Dallas Morning News Business Columnist Cheryl Hall did a feature piece on ex-Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson. After spending about two hours with Johnson at his office at Cowboys’ headquarters, Hall came away with some unique insights about the two-time Super Bowl winning coach, including this bit from Johnson that Hall shared in today’s Dallas Morning News as she reflected...
Following the Cowboys season ending loss to to the Redskins, coach Jason Garrett shot down talk of him giving up the offensive play calling duties next season.
A few days later Garrett seems to have had a chance of heart.
“Line 1 for me and the position that I’m in, is what is best for the Dallas Cowboys — in every way, shape and form and however we’re doing anything. Everything...
Quarterback Tony Romo had more to do with the Cowboys 8 wins than their 8 losses (AP/Michael Keating)
The Dallas Cowboys entered 2012 with lofty expectations from their fanbase and sports pundits alike, much as they had entered 2011, 2010, 2009, etc. Each year, it seems the Cowboys enter the season buoyed by the expected deep playoff runs that never materialize. Are the fans expecting...
While there is nothing an autopsy can reveal that would bring Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown back to life, it can help us raise awareness by learning from the mistakes others have made. As you know, Brown was killed in a car accident last month. His teammate, Josh Brent, was driving the car and has been charged with intoxication manslaughter. Brent’s blood alcohol content...
Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones promised changes Wednesday after his team missed the NFL playoffs after a second straight 8-8 season that concluded Sunday with a loss to the Washington Redskins.
“I’m very disappointed. I thought we missed a great opportunity,” Jones told KRLD-FM in Dallas. “I can assure our fans this, that it’s going to be very uncomfortable...
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said he's open to changes and would even give up his play-calling duties.
"We would just talk it through,"Garrett said about about a possible meeting with owner Jerry Jones. "Again, line one for me in the position that I'm in is, 'What's best for the Dallas Cowboys' in every way, shape or form, however we...