Talk about a complete career turnaround.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett used to be the butt of cruel jokes and wagers on when he’d be fired. Now after leading Dallas to a 12-4 record — the playoffs and a divsion title — Garrett is being asked to motivate MLB’s most popular team.
Cowboys head coach and former NFL quarterback Jason Garrett spoke to the Yankees...
We’re a little over a week from seeing what the Cowboys may have planned for the NFL Draft. Here are a few important dates to remember:
March 2: Deadline to designate franchise tag player (3PM CST)
March 11: Free agency begins and Trading window for 2015 begins
April 30-May 2: NFL Draft in Chicago, IL.
The Cowboys expect to use the franchise tag on Dez Bryant by Monday, so we’ll...
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The Dallas Cowboys will franchise tag wide receiver Dez Bryant.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cowboys are unwilling to give Bryant a long-term contract extension with significant financial guarantees because of their “lack of off-the-field trust in the Pro Bowl receiver.”
According to Rapoport, Dallas has not scheduled...
The Dallas Cowboys are not likely to target a quarterback with their first-round draft pick in the upcoming NFL draft. However, that hasn’t stopped head coach Jason Garrett from gushing over two of the top NFL prospect quarterbacks, Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.
Speaking highly of both quarterbacks, in an interview with Rich Eisen and Mike Mayok of the NFL Network, Garrett...
Cowboys HC Jason Garrett said that they have been in contact with RB DeMarco Murray‘s agent and would “love to have him back.” (Aaron Wilson)
Garrett doesn’t expect CB Morris Claiborne to be ready for offseason workouts. (David Helman)
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie didn’t rule out the possibility that QB Matt Schaub could return as the team’s backup...
It will not take long to find out how much say Jason Garrett has in personnel matters now that Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is less than a month away from becoming an unrestricted free agent. Garrett has made it clear he believes Murray is the exception in a league that no longer places a premium on running backs.
If the Cowboys are able to re-sign Murray or place the franchise...
One of the stories that fans will be watching with keen interest over the days and weeks ahead is going to be the relationship between running back DeMarco Murray and the Dallas Cowboys. Will the Cowboys pay Murray what he is worth or will they go after Adrian Peterson or another (cheaper) running back via free agency.Romo has made his thoughts clear on the issue. He wants his running...
Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested in Wichita, Kansas early Wednesday morning, according to Kake.com.
Randle was arrested after police responded to a domestic violence call at about 3:00 a.m.
A 22-year-old woman reported she and Randle were arguing in a hotel room. Officers found marijuana in the room, and arrested Randle on a drug charge.
The couple has...
Earlier today the Dallas Cowboys released a link to a video on their Twitter account with a challenge: Would you take this tour?
EXTREME TOUR on top of @ATTStadium with @thegob70. Would you take this tour? http://t.co/7U5IDv0OKJ pic.twitter.com/z33gt1E24m
— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) February 3, 2015
The tour in question is a hair-raising one on the roof of AT&T Stardium...
This week, cover32′s Buck Stanton used his weekly power rankings to break down and rate the NFL’s 32 head coaches. From best to worst, he ranks the men in charge of leading each franchise.
Somewhat surprisingly, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett fared well. He’s getting a lot of mileage off of one good season. Garrett finished in the top 10, coming in at exactly No. 10...
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Jerry Jones has brought respectability back to the Dallas Cowboys and their fan base. Brick by brick, Jones quietly re-laid the foundation stones that a championship team can be built upon.
After having relatively quick success in the league, under the direction of Jimmy Johnson, Jerry Jones’ Cowboys, as a team, found themselves without...
These annual NFL bad lip-reading videos are pretty much the best thing to hit the Internet since ever.
The 2015 version might be the best ever.
It includes such hot takes as…
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell: “I like strong pickles, but not the funk house kind.”
Former San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh: “The girl, she’s so pretty. You guys don’t have...
After winning the NFC East and nearly taking the Cowboys to the NFC Championship game, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was rewarded with a new five-year deal, reportedly worth $6 million per season. Not too bad for a coach who seemed to be on the hot seat headed into the season.
A few 8-8 seasons will do that for you.
But now that the ink is starting to dry on Garrett's new deal...
Jason Garrett smiled a lot watching Jerry Jones describe a coach-owner relationship that will soon be the longest for Jones in the nearly 26 years since he bought the Dallas Cowboys.
They sat side-by-side Thursday announcing a five-year contract that Garrett earned by leading the Cowboys to the playoffs for the first time since 2009.
And the significance wasn't lost on Jones,...
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January 16, 2015
IRVING, Texas (AP) Scott Linehan is returning to the Dallas Cowboys along with coach Jason Garrett and will add the title of offensive coordinator after one season as Tony Romo's play-caller.
The Cowboys announced the return of Linehan on Thursday while also confirming new contracts for Garrett and defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, who led a significant improvement from the league...
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January 15, 2015
The Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with Jason Garrett on a five-year, $30 million deal to remain the team’s head coach, according to league sources.
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Jason Garrett and Rod Marinelli agreed to return to the Cowboys earlier this week. Now its Scott Linehan who is opting to stay in Dallas.
Linehan agreed late Wednesday night to return to the Cowboys reports ESPN’s Dan Graziano.
Cowboys: Scott Linehan to return next season – source; serves as club's player-caller and passing-game coordinator http://t.co/2nAJDMXWxg
Jason Garrett got the deal he had been hoping for, five-years for $30 million, but it might have been a big mistake for the Cowboys.@SBNationGIF/TwitterRead more »
Dallas coach Jason Garrett fielded questions about his shaky job security for two years before breaking through with the first trip to the playoffs for the Cowboys since 2009.
Now he's all but guaranteed to have the second-longest coaching tenure for the storied franchise behind Tom Landry, the only coach the Cowboys knew for their first 29 years.
Garrett has a new five-year contract...
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January 13, 2015
Jason Garrett isn’t the only coach that’s getting a new contract in Dallas. Per NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys have also reached an agreement with defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli.
The #Cowboys and DC Rod Marinelli have reached an agreement on a contract for him to stay, source said. Big one for Dallas.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 13, 2015
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The Dallas Cowboys and coach Jason Garrett have agreed on a five-year, $30 million contract, reports ESPN.
League source: Cowboys deal with Jason Garrett is officially agreed upon.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) January 13, 2015
Garrett led the Cowboys to the playoffs this season for the first time since 2009 with a 12-4 regular-season...
The Dallas Cowboys will be keeping both head coach Jason Garrett and defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli.
Garrett led the Cowboys to a 12-4 record in the regular season winning a first round playoff game before coming up a little short in Sunday’s NFC Divisional Round game against the Green Bay Packers.
ESPN’s Todd Archer reports that the new deal for Garrett will be five years...
Jason Garrett just received a nice raise from the Dallas Cowboys. Nick Eatman is reporting a five-year, $30 million deal for Garrett.
$30 million over five years for Jason Garrett via @nickeatman of the Cowboys' website
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 13, 2015
The announcement all but confirms that Jason Garrett will return as the head coach in Dallas. Sources say the Ravens and Cowboys staffs will coach the Pro Bowl rosters.
The NFL made it official, announcing that Ravens and Cowboys will coach Pro Bowl teams. Game is Jan. 25 in Arizona
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) January 13, 2015
The Ravens are replacing a Broncos staff...
IRVING, Texas (AP) Jason Garrett is waiting on a new contract with the Dallas Cowboys and talking as if he knows where he will be coaching next season.
Garrett said Tuesday he ''absolutely'' wants to return to Dallas for a fifth full season after making his first trip to the playoffs. The Cowboys lost to Green Bay in an NFC divisional game last weekend.
The Cowboys also want to...
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January 13, 2015