Found November 28, 2012 on
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Could this be the week? Seems like we ask that question every week and since week 6 the answer has been no. The news on the foot is good and Jason Garrett has said that Murray wouldn't necessarily have to practice fully before returning to action. There is no definitive word on whether or not he will play so this is up in the air for at least one more week.
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IRVING, Texas Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett stood before his team Wednesday morning and delivered a strong message about how important it was to have a good practice. According to eyewitnesses, the Princeton man even changed his facial expression a time or two.
Who knows whether or not it will matter Sunday night against the Eagles, but a handful of Cowboys players confirmed...
For those of you clamoring for Jason Garrett's dismissal, I have a bit of bad news to deliver. Unless Sean Payton offers to do pro bono work for Jerry Jones, Garrett will return in 2013 as the head coach of the Cowboys.
Someone will be thrown overboard (Rob Ryan?), but Garrett would have to lose the next five games in order for Jerry to make a coaching change. And despite this...
For those clamoring for Jason Garrett's dismissal, here's some bad news. Unless Sean Payton offers to do pro bono work for Jerry Jones, Garrett will return in 2013 as the Dallas Cowboys head coach.
Someone will be thrown overboard (defensive coordinator Rob Ryan?), but Garrett would have to lose the next five games in order for Jerry to make a coaching change. Despite Dallas...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has not played since Week 6. According to head coach Jason Garrett, the running back is still working on being able to push off with his sprained left foot.
Garrett and the Cowboys have not said that Murray suffered a set back. Still one has to wonder when there was initial belief that Murray would return in Week 8 and there has still been...