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Spagnola: Wanna Get Away? Go All In Sunday Pulling For My Man Zim

Article Posted Fri, 19 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Empty NFL conference championship weekend. Read          Jags at Pats. Read          Vikes at Iggles. Read          No Cowboys for the 22nd consecutive season, and everybody seems to be piling on, especially since the 25th anniversary of the Cowboys winning Super Bowl XXVII will arrive within two weeks (Jan. 31), yet another reminder of how long it’s been since winning three of four Super Bowls in the 1990s. Read

Former Longtime Bengals O-Line Coach Paul Alexander Expected To Join Staff

Article Posted Mon, 15 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Former longtime Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander is expected to join the Cowboys’ staff, presumably to replace Frank Pollack in overseeing the offensive line. Read Last week, the Cowboys parted ways with Pollack after five seasons, including the last three as offensive line coach. Pollack has been announced as the new offensive line coach in Cincinnati, the job Alexander held over the previous 23 seasons. Read

Bengals Announce Frank Pollack Joining Staff As Their New O-Line Coach

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Bengals announced that Frank Pollack, the Cowboys’ offensive line coach for the last three seasons, is joining Cincinnati’s staff in the same role. Read Reports surfaced earlier this week that the Cowboys were parting ways with Pollack as part of several changes to Jason Garrett’s coaching staff. Read

Bisaccia Joins Raiders’ Staff; Oakland Interested In Gary Brown, Too?

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys officially parted ways with another assistant coach this week when new Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced Rich Bisaccia as his new special teams coordinator. Read Could Gary Brown be the next to join Gruden’s staff in Oakland? According to NFL.com, Brown is interviewing for the Raiders’ running backs coach job, the same position he has held in Dallas since 2013. Read Brown reportedly is one of several Cowboys assistants with an expiring contract. 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

Sham: NFL, NFLPA Policies Have Now Swung Pendulum Way Too Far

Article Posted Wed, 6 Sep 2017

Full disclosure: I belong to a labor union. Read It was two, once upon a time. I joined the American Federation of Radio-Television Artists almost 40 years ago, when they were combined with the Screen Actors Guild. Then they split, and then they reunited. So I’m a card-carrying member of a union. I understand the problems, the places unions have swung the pendulum too far. Read

Spagnola: Step-By-Step Return Of The ‘Real Deal’ No Longer Far-Fetched

Article Posted Wed, 2 Aug 2017

OXNARD, Calif. – You guys know me, just don’t catch me jumping to conclusions. Never been one of those guys needing to be the first one on the block to have … Read          I’d rather be right than first. Little hyperbole, too. Read          So, let’s qualify this: The Cowboys have only been in camp a little more than a week. Eight full practice sessions, not counting the walk-throughs. Only six of those eight in pads before jetting off on Wednesday to Cleveland to play in Thursday night’s Pro Football Hall of Fame preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals. Read

Spagnola: From Gunner To ‘Cheeto’ To Pads To Amazingly Young Roster

Article Posted Fri, 9 Jun 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Stuff we can learn hanging around The Star, OTAs, Cowboys U and whatever else goes on around here during the offseason. Read This was a strange sight: During special teams practice, specifically punt coverage, No. 58 was lining up wide left as one of the outside gunners going down covering punts. Normally, that’s like a cornerback or safety, maybe a wide receiver and in some rare instances a third string running back. But come on, a defensive end, 6-4, 260? Seriously? Read

Spagnola: See Nothing Wrong With Cowboys Drafting A Corner In The First

Article Posted Fri, 21 Apr 2017

FRISCO, Texas – With apologies to Dean Roy Fisher, sports editors Gary Clark and John Rawlings, the very guys who taught me the do’s and don’ts of journalism at the University of Missouri, yes, I’m going to break one of the cardinal rules drummed into us at an early age. Read          Do not start a story with a question. You are supposed to answer questions not ask them. Read          So here goes: Read