Catch-Up: New Hires, New Approaches & More

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Regardless of the situation, a game week is always filled with news and storylines from both sides of the ball.

Each week, Cowboys Catch-Up will review some of the top stories and videos of the week, courtesy of the DallasCowboys.com staff.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • The Cowboys elevated Harold Nash Jr. to the team's strength and conditioning coach. "Nash helped oversee the position for the rest of the season after Markus Paul suddenly passed away before the Thanksgiving Day game," Nick Eatman writes. [Read Eatman on the Cowboys coaching staff changes this week]
  • Dan Quinn has begun to fill out his defensive staff, and Mickey Spagnola has some thoughts on the Cowboys hiring a coach who was just recently fired from his head coaching role. "He wasn't hired as a head coach. He was hired as the defensive coordinator. And I'll say this again: Just because you are a successful coordinator doesn't necessarily portend to becoming a successful head coach." [Read all of this week's Mick Shots]
  • Everyone agrees the Cowboys need to be better in 2021 than they were in 2020, but how close is this organization to actually contending for a Super Bowl? Rob Phillips, Hek'ma Harrions, and Isaiah Stanback debate. [Watch Talkin' Cowboys talk leveling up to contention]

Thursday

Friday

  • The Cowboys might not be playing football right now, but Dave and Kelsey aren't finished talking to famous people about football. This week they had country music star Chris Young on the show. [Watch Chris Young talk about the new coaching hires on The Star at Night]
  • Is Dan Quinn going to insist the front office invest in defensive tackle and safety? Will the Cowboys be fortunate enough to land the cap casualties of other teams? David Helman and Jonny Auping try to answer these questions. [Read Friday's mailbag]
  • Who did it best in 2020? Check out the full list of stat leaders for the Cowboys. We've got 35 different categories, breaking down every aspect of the team and which players were at the top. [Check out the 2020 stat leaders.]

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