Charles Haley is still a regular at Valley Ranch. During the season the former Dallas Cowboys All-Pro defensive end can occasionally be found on the practice field, assisting a current defensive lineman on a pass-rushing move.
When Haley was terrifying opposing quarterbacks in Dallas the team was running a 4-3 defensive scheme. With Monte Kiffin taking over the defense next season, the Cowboys will switch back to that alignment.
Asked Tuesday how that scheme will work with this current group of Cowboys, Haley responded that it's "going to be awesome."
"They have a strong secondary and they got a strong linebacking corps, and then they got mobile and agile defensive linemen," Haley told Norm Hitzges on 1310 The Ticket KTCK-AM. "It simplifies the defense a lot. It makes you be able to react and not think. When you think, somebody's getting up in your chin. When you're in that reaction mode, if someone moves, you move."
Having to think too much was one of the biggest knocks on the ...