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It isn't too difficult to pick through the public speeches of Jason Garrett to see the items that he deems worthy of pounding home on his 2013 campaign trail.
If you listen to a few of them, you do pick up on the words that are most often used, including "passion", "energy", and of course, one that seems to have gone missing early in camp '13, "process". Not sure if he has retired the term, "process", but at least for now, it has been taken out of the rotation.
However, this spring and summer, he has reflected quite a few times about how the program is being built with a certain type of player and a certain type of roster. During these quick moments of reflection, he generally mentions a number of "17 players" that were here when he coached his first game on Nov. 14, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium against the New York (Football) Giants.
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Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett made it obvious that he wasn’t happy with the way his team practiced on Saturday.
“It wasn’t as good as it needs to be,” Garrett said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “The standard for a walk-through is high. Just because you are walking through, and it’s not a full-speed practice, you have to be into it mentally. You have to...
The Dallas Cowboys sure know how to keep us talking.
On Wednesday, coach Jason Garrett told a crowd of reporters that he wants his players to have a deep understanding of geometry.
Watch the Princeton graduate provide his reasoning.
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Not many NFL players could get into an Ivy League school like Jason Garrett, but the Cowboys head coach wants his guys to know basic geometry.
The Princeton alumnus said understanding the Pythagorean theorem will help his players on the field, according to a report by NBC Sports.
If you have forgotten your middle school math, it's
a2 b2 = c2.
"If youre running straight...
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett apparently wants his receivers to brush up on their knowledge of the Pythagorean theorem.
“It’s an important thing to understand…If you’re running straight from the line of scrimmage, six yards deep, that’s a certain depth. It takes you a certain amount of time, but if you’re doing it from 10 yards inside and running to that same...
If there is one coach that is going to be under fire this season even though the team owner says he's not in danger it is Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. Perhaps Garrett realizes this, and that is why he is going old school to make sure his wide receivers understand the best way to run routes.
So old school in fact that guys are going to have to relive some high school...
Football seems like a pretty simple game of feet and inches, but Jason Garrett wants to make sure that his players understand the mathematical side of things on the gridiron.
The Cowboys head coach told a group of reporters that he thinks its important that his players know how to find the hypotenuse of a right triangle so that they understand the nuances of running different routes...
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When I was like in 6th or 7th grade we were being taught about the Pythagorean Theorem. In my youth, my mouth worked a little faster than my brain.
I like to say I was quizzical child, my mom likes to say I had a smart mouth, but that is neither here nor there. I got bored during class, because I had figured out the Pythagorean Theorem, but some of my classmates...
Jason Garrett has long been lauded as a cerebral coach. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current head coach was an Ivy League quarterback who attended both Princeton and Columbia. It’s safe to say he’s pretty well educated. And it sounds like he’s trying to pass some of his education along to his players. According [...]
Jason Garrett says the Dallas Cowboys haven't decided whether Tony Romo will play in the preseason opener after the team's flagship radio station quoted the coach as saying it was ''not going to be Tony's game.''
Garrett said Saturday the coaching staff hasn't discussed playing rotations for the Hall of Fame game against Miami next Sunday in Canton...
After Jason Garrett said Tony Romo will be seeing limited to no game time at the Hall of Fame game, Romo said he wants to play (Credit: AP Photo)
The Cowboys are making news once again this off-season, but this time it is for something less meaningful than usual. The Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio is the new subject for the seemingly media-hungry franchise. Head coach of the Cowboys...
For the Hall of Fame game seeing starters play usually is a blink-and-you-missed-it proposition. As to Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo you may be able to miss him without blinking.
Coach Jason Garrett told 105.3 The Fan on Friday that Romo may not make the usual starting-quarterback cameo in the extra preseason game that the Cowboys will play against the Dolphins.
Which of course...
OXNARD, Calif. — Jason Garrett was a little bewildered by getting grilled a week early over whether Tony Romo would play in the Dallas Cowboys’ preseason opener.
OXNARD, Calif. Tony Romo is in on-field command of the Dallas Cowboys offense in training camp, but he might not begin the team's preseason schedule that way.
Coach Jason Garrett revealed in an exclusive interview with FOX Sports that Romo may not play at all in the Cowboys' preseason debut Aug. 4 in the nationally-televised Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.