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Mailbag: Finding Hope For Next Season?

What hope exists that we won’t be feeling the same way, once again, next season? 
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'Unlimited Potential' For Amari After Career Year

Amari Cooper didn’t make the Pro Bowl, but he still had a career season in 2020 -- and the Cowboys believe his best is still ahead.
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Past/Present: Campbell To Be Named Lions Coach

Past/Present Blog presented by John Deere
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Mailbag: Realistic Draft Class Expectations?

Assuming the Cowboys have about the same quality draft this year as they have had in recent years and pick up some good defensive players, what do you think they need to do in free agency to get the defense into at least a middle-of-the-road quality squad? 
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Jan. 8, 2020

Spagnola: Head Coach Hiring No Exact Science

With all the head coaching changes over the last few years, the NFL indeed may mean Not For Long.
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Catch Up: From New Hires To Possible Departures

This week’s headlines involved members of the coaching staff as the Cowboys hired a new DC, agreed to terms with another coach but could see a coordinator interviewing with a division rival. Catch all the top news of the week.
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Updates: D-Law's Performance Earns High Marks 

Don’t miss any of the action with our daily updates: news, notes and more throughout the Cowboys' regular season and offseason. 
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Further Review: Best & Worst From 2020 Season

The staff looks back at a season unlike any other, reviewing the best and worst from 2020.
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Mailbag: Possible Position Changes On Defense?

Any players you see being moved around with the new defensive coaches hired?
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5 Bucks: Quinn's Scheme A Better Fit For Defense

This week’s 5 Bucks column focuses on Dan Quinn’s new scheme and it works for the Cowboys’ defense.
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Jaylon Smith Undergoes Wrist Surgery

Jaylon Smith didn’t miss a game during the 2020 season, but the Cowboys’ veteran linebacker underwent surgery on a wrist injury on Thursday.
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What Might A Dan Quinn Draft Look Like?

Mike Nolan oversaw exactly one defense during his time in Dallas, and now it’s on to something new – and presumably much more familiar – in the hire of Dan Quinn as Mike McCarthy’s next defensive coordinator.
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Mailbag: An Interesting Draft Hypothetical?

Do you see the Cowboys initially drafting a DB with the first-round pick, or a strategy similar to last year when a talent like CeeDee Lamb falls at your draft position and you can't pass him up?
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Eagles Eyeing Kellen Moore For Head Coach Vacancy

It appears the Philadelphia Eagles are interested in interviewing Kellen Moore for their head coaching vacancy. 
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Mick Shots: Moving Forward While Looking Back

These coaching changes were weeks in the making. Plus, the running game matters and insights from the college championship game.
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Does Aldon Smith's Future Involve The Cowboys?

Few could have guessed what the Cowboys were getting when they signed Aldon Smith last offseason. After a successful return from a five-year absence, does Smith have a long-term future in Dallas?
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Draft Show: Curveball From The New Coordinator?

Tuesday’s episode allowed Bryan Broaddus, Bucky Brooks, and David Helman to share their thoughts on the hiring and how Dan Quinn’s resume, teaching ability, and personnel preferences may force the scouting department to switch gears quickly. 
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Mailbag: Cornerstones On Defense For 2021?

I am wondering which defensive players currently on the roster and under contract for next year are good to go as starters next year and thus we won't be prioritizing or looking for upgrades/replacements? 
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5 Facts About Dan Quinn, New Cowboys DC

The Cowboys officially named Dan Quinn their new defensive coordinator Tuesday. Here are five facts you might not know about the 50-year-old Quinn.
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Patriots Stumble Keeps Cowboys Record Intact

With the Patriots finishing below .500 this season, the Cowboys’ incredible record of 20 straight winning seasons from 1966 to 1985 remains intact … and may likely never be broken.
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