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Mick Shots: No Such Thing As An Offseason In NFL, Just No-Game Season

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FIRSCO, Texas – That time of year, with the Cowboys already “gone fishing,” we sit back to watch the rest of the playoffs. That is, if you can stomach watching all these games. Read          So from the first round of the postseason this past weekend, here is what stood out to me as of utmost importance if you are going to win in the playoffs. Read          First, better score. With the exception of the Jags beatings the Bills, the other three first-round winners scored at least 22 points, with the Saints and Falcons a high of 31 and 26, respectively. Read

Cowboys' VP Of Personnel Will McClay Officially Declines Interview With Texans

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Houston Texans don’t yet know who their next general manager will be – but it won’t be Will McClay. Read McClay, the Cowboys’ vice president of pro personnel confirmed Wednesday that he had officially declined an offer to interview for the Texans’ vacancy. McClay’s name had been circulating as a possible candidate for the job since last week, when Rick Smith took a leave of absence due to personal reasons. Read

Jon Gruden Confirms Hiring Of Rich Bisaccia As Oakland’s ST Coordinator

Article Posted Tue, 9 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – If it wasn’t widely-known by now, Jon Gruden said it himself on Tuesday afternoon. Read In his introductory press conference as the Oakland Raiders’ head coach, Gruden confirmed that he has hired Rich Bisaccia to be his special teams coordinator during his second stint with the organization. Read

Cambios en el cuerpo técnico; Kellen Moore como posible entrenador

Article Posted Mon, 8 Jan 2018

Los fanáticos de los Dallas Cowboys han estado en espera de ver cambios en el cuerpo técnico del equipo desde que concluyó la temporada. Read A continuación están las últimas noticias sobre lo que está pasando con el personal del equipo: Read

Turnover On Jason Garrett’s Coaching Staff Begins; Kellen Moore’s Future?

Article Posted Sun, 7 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Last week, the Cowboys acknowledged that Jason Garrett’s coaching staff would likely look different in 2018 than 2017. Read Since the season ended on New Year’s Eve, wide receivers coach Derek Dooley accepted the offensive coordinator job at the University of Missouri and Garrett said tight ends coach Steve Loney plans to retire. Read There is speculation about more potential movement on Garrett’s staff, though the Cowboys have not announced or confirmed reports of additional turnover. Read

Helman: Why You Should Take A Deep Breath From The Cowboys’ Coaching Angst

Article Posted Thu, 4 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – This is always a weird time of year for 62 percent of the NFL. Read If you’re one of the 12 teams good enough to make the postseason, you’re gearing up for the excitement of the playoff run. If you’re anyone else, literally everything is up in the air. Read You’re seeing it across the NFL landscape, as you do every year. Some teams are cleaning house, turning over front offices for a new regime. Some teams are simply looking for a shot in the arm, as they seek to make changes that will push them into the playoff picture in 2018. Read

Sham: Unheralded ‘Third Phase’ Continues To Be Special For Cowboys

Article Posted Wed, 6 Dec 2017

It’s nice to have things to rely on. Read Overeating at holiday time. Mall traffic in December. Coach-speak. Read Football coaches speak a language all their own. Some of it is the stuff of cliché on which we come to rely: “We have to run the ball, and stop the run.” “I really won’t know until I see the tape.” “We have to be/were/weren’t strong in all three phases.” Read