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Ex-Cowboys coach Wade Phillips watches game from nosebleed seat

Wade Phillips has been "disappointed" being out of work since his last job as the Houston Texans defensive coordinator in 2013.  With so much free time these days, he stopped by Arlington, Texas on Monday for the NFC East showdown between the Cowboys and Redskins. But he wasn't catching up with Jerry Jones in a suite or on the sideline visiting with Tony Romo.  Phillips...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Wade Phillips had nosebleed seats at Cowboys-Redskins game

How do the Dallas Cowboys treat their former coaches when they come to town? Well, I guess that depends on which former coach we are talking about. If it’s Wade Phillips, it appears the answer is “not exactly like a rockstar.” Phillips, who was the head coach in Dallas from 2007 through 2010, attended Monday...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Wade Phillips Sat in the Sidechick Section During MNF (Photo)

Wade Phillips was solid in his coaching stint with the Cowboys (34-22) and you would think Jerry would be able to secure him some better seats or a media pass, so he wouldn’t have to sit with the 3rd string groupies. Here I am on the front row — Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) October 27, 2014 Maybe, Wade just wanted better view of the HD TV. H/T Deadspin
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Former Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Zings/Congratulates Cowboys on Twitter

Who feels good about a job after getting fired? No one, right? This is probably especially true the more public the job is--like if you happen to be the head coach of an NFL team like the Dallas Cowboys. Now the shame and disappointment in getting fired is not personal, but its shared, talked about, and ridiculed by millions.So if former Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips was to hold...
Via FatManWriting
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Wade Phillips selling his Dallas mansion for $2.95 million

Texas has been cruel to Wade Phillips lately. After his stint with the Dallas Cowboys ended with a mid-season firing in 2010, Phillips…
Via Busted Coverage
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Wade Phillips vents frustration over lack of job

Ever since being let go by the Houston Texans, Wade Phillips has sporadically chronicled his unemployment and job hunt on Twitter.
Via Gamedayr
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Texans fire all their coaches but one, which one made the cut?

The Texans confirmed Tuesday that new coach Bill O’Brien has decided to keep Bill Kollar as defensive line coach and let go of the other 16 coaches from Kubiak’s final staff in Houston. It’s been widely reported that the Texans were moving in that direction, with former defensive coordinator and interim head coach Wade Phillips […]The post Texans fire all their coaches but...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Texans' Head Coach Bill O' Brien Starts Assembling Staff, Wade Phillips Fired in Process

Wade Phillips' future with the Houston Texans is no longer undecided, as new head coach Bill O' Brien is starting fresh, eliminating Phillips from his staff in a brief, two-minute meeting today.Phillips has quite a history with the city and the franchise, stemming back to his college days at the University of Houston and also serving as an assistant to his father, Bum...
Via NFL Injury Report
January 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Bill O'Brien, Texans fire Wade Phillips

After taking the interim head coaching position for the last three games of Houston’s season, Wade Phillips has been fired.  The decision came after Phillips met with new head coach Bill O’Brien Saturday morning. Thanks to McNair family and great Texan fans and most all our players. It was wonderful being home. I wish the best to all — Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) January 4,...
Via Down and Distance
January 04, 2014  |  Discuss

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