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According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett says the main reason defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was fired is because they didn’t force enough turnovers on defense this past season.
“The Bears had 44 takeaways. We had 16. That’s 28 more opportunities with the ball,” Garrett said Tuesday at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. “Give me some of those 28 opportunities. That’s something that we really sat back and thought a lot about, had a lot of discussions about – what’s the best way to try to achieve that, and then, ‘OK, you want to do that, now who are the guys who can help implement that?’ ”
Garrett is excited they brought in Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli.
“We feel great about Monte and Rod, added to the other the guys on our defensive staff who we really like,” Garrett said. “And then similarly we have to do the same kinds of things on offense. Let’s address some of the things that we think we can get better at with these staff moves. And that
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Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan is being elevated to the position of offensive playcaller for the 2013 season. And whether you view that as castrating strip of responsibilities of head coach Jason Garrett or the offering of some help for an overloaded young coach that frees Garrett to be a "walk-around'' head coach really depends on whether you are...
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Jerry Jones said he was stripping Jason Garrett of play-calling duties on Tuesday, according to Calvin Watkins of ESPN.com. Offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will take over. Callahan was the offensive coordinator for the Raiders from...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is indicating that Jason Garrett will no longer call the plays on offense and says his coach is on board with such a change.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday at Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Ala., Jones said offensive line coach Bill Callahan could inherit play-calling duties but stopped short of saying a decision had been made.
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You can officially call Rob Ryan Mr. Long Hair Don’t Care because he is employed now!
Rob Ryan said he would be out of work for “like five minutes,” however five minutes was more like 16 days but who is counting. That’s right folks; Rob Ryan in now the defensive coordinator for the Rams. Adam Schefter confirmed the hiring via Twitter.
A little longer than five minutes but...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the St Louis Rams have hired Rob Ryan as their next defensive coordinator.
The Rams interviewed Ryan last Friday, but he wound up leaving without a contract offer. However, Ryan has been considered the favorite for their defensive coordinator for weeks now, so it’s not all that surprising that he was given the job.
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Rob Ryan, who preducted he would be out of work for "like five minutes" when he was let go by the Dallas Cowboys after the season, has landed a job as defensive coordinator with the St. Louis Rams, ESPN reported. It took a little longer than Ryan predicted after his firing in Dallas on Jan. 8, but Ryan is headed to the Rams in a move that had been speculated for a week...
Jerry Jones promised an off-season of change for the Dallas Cowboys, and changes have been made. One major change was at defensive coordinator where Rob Ryan was fired and replaced by Monte Kiffin.
After the firing, no excuse was actually given for the change until now. Per ESPN Dallas, Jason Garrett says the change was made because the Cowboys didn’t produce enough turnovers...
It took slightly longer than five minutes, but according to reports, the St. Louis Rams have hired former Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. Ryan met with the Rams earlier in the week, but came out of the meeting without a contract. This evening, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports on Twitter that the Rams have in fact hired Ryan.
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After the bitter season-ending loss to the Redskins, which mired Jerry’s kids in a second consecutive 8–8 season, Jones...
ST. LOUIS Well so much for the Rams and coach Jeff Fisher having a defensive coordinator that hasnt been in the news lately.
A year after the Rams hired well known and respected defensive coordinator Gregg Williams only to have him never coach a game due to a suspension stemming from the bounty gate scandal they hired another character to replace him.
The Rams hired former Cowboys...