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Amari Cooper: I don’t want to play with Tom Brady; I want to beat him

Tom Brady won his sixth Super Bowl on Sunday. Amari Cooper has yet to play in his first. But Cooper trusts in Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott to get him there. asked Cooper if he could imagine playing with the Patriots quarterback. The Cowboys receiver predictably plugged his own quarterback since the chances are slim [more]

Final 2019 NFL Draft order is settled

OK, football season’s over, what do we do next? Oh yeah, football season. With the Patriots winning Super Bowl LIII last night, they locked up the 32nd and final spot in the 2019 NFL Draft. The Rams will own the 31st overall pick. It’s that time of year (the Scouting Combine is later this month). [more]

Jason Garrett confirms Kellen Moore will call plays

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is coaching for his job this season and he won’t be calling the offensive plays as he makes his case to stick around Dallas a little longer. The team officially named Kellen Moore their new offensive coordinator last week and Garrett said that Moore’s responsibilities will include calling plays for [more]

Buzz builds that Sean Payton will coach the Cowboys, in time

So why won’t Cowboys owner Jerry Jones extend the contract of coach Jason Garrett? There’s a theory that has been percolating throughout Super Bowl week in Atlanta, and that surely will become one of the major points of interest throughout the 2019 season. The theory goes like this: The Cowboys part ways with Garrett after [more]

Jerry Jones confirms Jason Garrett is coaching for his job

A report Jan. 12 said the Cowboys were expected to negotiate an extension with Jason Garrett. Then, 19 days later came word that Jerry Jones was not giving Garrett a new deal before the coach’s contract expires after the 2019 season. So is he or isn’t he? Jones confirmed Saturday night that Garrett is coaching [more]

Three first-timers among 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class

Voters broke a logjam at cornerback, and began working on the glut of offensive linemen, as three first-time eligible finalists were voted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday. Tight end Tony Gonzalez, safety Ed Reed, and cornerback Champ Bailey made it through in their first year, and were joined in the class by [more]

XFL’s roster of coaches could include an interesting name or two

With the AAF getting a one-year head start in the race to fill the post-Super Bowl football void, the XFL may have a trick or two up its sleeves. A distinctive buzz has been building throughout league circles in recent days that former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops will be emerging from retirement to coach in [more]

Wade Wilson dies at 60

Former NFL quarterback Wade Wilson, who spent 19 years in the league and many thereafter as a coach, has died. He was 60. The Dallas Cowboys have announced the passing of Wilson. An eighth-round pick of the Vikings in 1981, Wilson spent eleven years in Minnesota, one with the Falcons, two with the Saints, three [more]

Cowboys hire Carlos Polk as assistant special teams coach

The Cowboys have hired Carlos Polk as their assistant special teams coach, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. He replaces Doug Colman. Polk played linebacker in the NFL for seven seasons. He played for the Cowboys in 2008. Polk stayed on with the Cowboys after his playing career ended, spending the summer as a coaching intern. [more]

Report: League found no Cowboys tampering with Earl Thomas

After the Seahawks played the Cowboys in September, Earl Thomas said that Cowboys coaches asked him if he was ready to get traded to Dallas the next day. “I don’t know if they were joking or serious or not. I was just minding my business and my routine and they came up and a couple [more]

Dak Prescott on new OC: “He sees it and he gets it”

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott already has some degree of familiarity with new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore. After all, Moore was on the roster with him for two years, from when Prescott took over the second spot as a rookie and then the starting job when Tony Romo was injured. But his backup will now be [more]

Report: Jerry Jones not expected to extend Jason Garrett

Jerry Jones isn’t ready to fire Jason Garrett. But he isn’t going to extend him either. According to Todd Archer of, the Cowboys owner isn’t expected to extend the contract of his head coach, setting Garrett up for a lame duck season. Jones has generally defended his head coach, and said yesterday he wasn’t [more]

Cowboys name Kellen Moore offensive coordinator

The Cowboys made it official Thursday: They named Kellen Moore the offensive coordinator, while announcing the addition of Jon Kitna as quarterbacks coach. There is no word on who will call the team’s plays. While the news likely won’t go over well with Cowboys fans, quarterback Dak Prescott welcomed the news. Prescott offered his plug [more]

Report: Tony Romo correct on 68 percent of play predictions

Tony Romo has gotten publicity on his in-game play predictions. If it seems like the CBS analyst is right most of the time, well, that’s because he is. The Wall Street Journal reviewed all 2,599 plays Romo called this season. He made 72 play predictions and was correct 68 percent of the time, according to [more]

Jerry Jones has no problem with comments made by Lawrence, Beasley

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made an unexpected phone call to 105.3 The Fan on Wednesday night while sitting in traffic, listening to the station. Most of the questions were about Jason Garrett and the team’s coaching staff. But Jones also was asked about defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence posting on Twitter, “Your move” last week. Lawrence [more]

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