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Mike Florio gives us his daily NFL rundown, including Jason Garrett's decision to hire of a new offensive coordinator but remain the main play caller in Dallas, and previews of Ravens vs. Texans and Giants vs. Packers. (NBC Sports)
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Jason Garrett lost a job title but kept his grip on the Cowboys' offense Thursday.
Former Oakland Raiders and Nebraska head coach Bill Callahan was named the Cowboys' new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
However, Garrett, will still call the plays on offense. Garrett had been the offensive coordinator since 2007 before he was elevated to interim head coach...
When the Dallas Cowboys announced the hiring of Bill Callahan on Thursday, they gave him the title not only of offensive line coach, which was completely expected, but offensive coordinator--which wasn’t really expected at all.
But despite the title, head coach Jason Garrett will continue to call plays for the Cowboys in 2012.
Callahan has built a good reputation as an offensive...
Bill Callahan has arrived in Dallas from the Jets with a surprising title. He is now the offensive coordinator, theoretically “replacing” head coach Jason Garrett who also held the coordinator title last year. Callahan won’t replace Garrett calling the plays, though. Chearean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports Garrett will continue to call the plays.…
Bill Callahan was given two titles Thursday, when he was officially added to the Cowboys' staff. He will be the team's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. But Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is expected to continue calling plays according to Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News. Callahan, 55, will fill the void left by Hudson Houck, who retired earlier this week...
When the Dallas Cowboys announced the hiring of Bill Callahan as their newest offensive line coach and offensive coordinator -- stripping the title from head coach Jason Garrett -- speculation was rampant that Garrett's days as the Cowboys' play caller soon would be over. That might not be the case.
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The Dallas Cowboys have hired Bill Callahan as their new offensive line coach and added a surprise twist, listing him as offensive coordinator. Jason Garrett came to Dallas as offensive coordinator in 2007 and held on to that position after he became head coach midway through the 2010 season. There was no indication of how Callahan having that title would change, if any, Garrett...
Mike Florio gives us his daily NFL rundown, including Jason Garrett’s decision to hire of a new offensive coordinator but remain the main play caller in Dallas, and previews of Ravens vs. Texans and Giants vs. Packers.
Do you see the apparent hiring of a former play-caller in Bill Callahan as an indication Jason Garrett intends to focus more on the responsibilities of a head coach?
The Dallas Cowboys hired former New York Jets offensive line coach Bill Callahan to become their new offensive coordinator/offensive line coach.
The last time Callahan was an offensive coordinator was from 1998-2001 with the Oakland Raiders.
Even though Callahan has been given the title of offensive coordinator, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett will continue to make the offensive...
Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones and Head Coach Jason Garrett’s new hire, Rob Ryan, certainly had a classic “up and down” season. At times Ryan’s defense looked very good, at other times they played adequate, and towards the end of the year they struggled (to put it nicely). The good news is that the defense as a whole played significantly better in 2011 than they did in...