Found January 11, 2012 on The Landry Hat:
PLAYERS: Alan Ball
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ Getty Images With our 90 year old veteran cornerback, Terrence Newman, retiring this year due to his Scooter claim from ‘The Scooter Store’ finally coming through, the Cowboys have some need in the secondary. Also leaving holes will be the eventual release of Alan Ball due to lack of any football skills whatsoever. This leaves the Cowboys with 3 veteran CB’s in Jenkins, Scrandrick, and Walker. Although Walker didn’t have such a great year, I believe the Boys’ will keep him. You can’t expect much from a 4th or 5th string CB, except being a salary-cap friendly player that will make a few plays here or there. See more on the Boys’ CB situation after the break… … [visit site to read more] Dallas Cowboys Draft Prospect: Dre Kirkpatrick - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Cowboys look to solve free agency problems

As soon as the NFL season ends, players scatter and fans attempt to get interested in playoff games that don't involve their favorite team. But, for the coaches and front office of the Dallas Cowboys, chances are very good that they are locked in a room right now with hour after hour being spent on self-scouting and analysis on what they currently have on their roster. This...

Jerome Henderson Hired to Coach Secondary

The news keeps coming through the wire tonight. The Cowboys are planning to hire Jerome Henderson. Henderson coached with Ryan as the defensive backs coach, and put together some solid squads. Adam Schefter broke the news a few minutes ago. Will the Cowboys look at signing Eric Wright to help fortify the secondary, he’s a free agent and was coached by Henderson and Ryan.

Callahan replaces retiring Cowboys assistant Houck

After 29 years in the NFL, Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach Hudson Houck has decided to step away from football. The 69-year-old recently declared his retirement, opening the door for the Cowboys to hire former Oakland Raiders and Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bill Callahan as his replacement. Callahan was the assistant head coach and offensive line coach the past four seasons...

Veteran backup QB Jon Kitna has informed the Cowboys that he will retire

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Cowboys hire ex-Raiders coach Callahan to replace Houck

So long, Jon Kitna

Jon Kitna made the NFL as an undrafted free agent on the Seahawks in 1997. 15 seasons after being Warren Moon’s backup, Kitna is ready to retire at the age of 39. Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports that Kitna has informed Cowboys officials that he’s not going to play any longer. His contract…

IPCQ: Watching these games, my imagination runs wild..

  I … [visit site to read more] IPCQ: Watching these games, my imagination runs wild.. - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Backup Plan

Coming off Tony Romo's best season, quarterback isn't an issue for the 8-8 Cowboys. The bigger question is depth. Stephen McGee is the only backup still under contract. Is he ready to be the full-time No. 2?

You’re doing a great job, Jonesie

Good news, Cowboys fans. Jerry Jones plans to look in the mirror and “make some changes,” according to a story on the WFAA-TV website. Not sure what those changes are going to be, since he pretty much said after the season he wasn’t hiring a general manager. It’s a poor comparison with regard to the importance of the issues at hand, of course, but I’ve always sort of envisioned...

Cowboys in process of hiring Cleveland Browns' assistant Jerome Henderson as new secondary coach

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