Cowboys extend all 3 coordinators’ contracts

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You get an extension.

You get an extension.

And you get an extension.

The Cowboys saw to it that all three coordinators’ contracts were extended before players convene in April for voluntary workouts. ESPN’s Todd Archer reported Tuesday that offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli and special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia signed off on their agreements.

Linehan and Marinelli were entering the final year of their respective deals, per Archer.

It is unclear by how many years each coach’s contract was extended.

8 responses to “Cowboys extend all 3 coordinators’ contracts

  1. Smart move. Their coaching has gotten much better in the past few years. Does anybody really believe that Jason Garrett deserves credit for that?

  2. goodellhasabutthamster says:
    Mar 28, 2017 8:19 PM

    Smart move. Their coaching has gotten much better in the past few years. Does anybody really believe that Jason Garrett deserves credit for that?

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    Any person that questions Garrett is a moron, check his resume and his pedigree. His father was a coach, Ivy League Grad and he beat Brett Farve coming off the bench for Aikman. The guy is exceptionally smart, no question.

  3. Marinelli has done one of the most impressive jobs in the league making that defense look respectable, coming from an Eagles fan

  4. You have to Question Garrett…
    he has not won the 4 super bowls!
    That is the only coach I want! At least 3 out of every 5 years.. or more really.

    We keep missing our chance to get Chip Kelly..

    Naaah… Garrett is the guy I want

  5. Never thought I’d say it, but I’ve come to respect Garret and his leadership. It’s genuinely fun to watch–and hard to bet against– the Cowboys nowadays, thanks to Garret. (Still much disrespect for Jerry Jones, though.)

  6. theseekeroffun says:
    Mar 28, 2017 8:32 PM

    Any person that questions Garrett is a moron, check his resume and his pedigree. His father was a coach, Ivy League Grad and he beat Brett Farve coming off the bench for Aikman. The guy is exceptionally smart, no question.
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    He can be as smart as you want him to be but he’s not an NFL HC. He was a career backup… He’s not a leader.
    When he had the chance to ‘run’ the team the best he could was 8 wins… period. He’s a gloried QB Coach that an old man likes because he just says “Yes” to everything. IF he were fired today NO other team, including the Browns, would hire him as a HC.

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