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Duke senior Quinn Cook says Tony Romo beat him 1-on-1, more of the best tweets from Cowboys visiting Blue Devils

@dukeblueplanet on Twitter Wednesday was a busy day for some of the most important members of the Dallas Cowboys. Coach Jason Garrett, quarterback Tony Romo, … [visit site to read more]

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Woman finds former Dallas Cowboys head coach Dave Campo’s sideline polo at Salvation Army

NFL coaches are given mountains of free gear to wear on gameday as well as on the practice fields, but what happens 10 years later when the coaches have moved on? Dave Campo was the … [visit site to read …

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Cowboys once again make trek to Duke

IRVING, Texas – At the NFL scouting combine, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he would take some offseason trips like he has done in the past, but he just didn’t want to be specific about where and when. Garrett was a guest speaker at spring training for the New York Yankees and this week he is once again at Duke but instead of just bringing Tony Romo with him, tight end Jason Witten and DeMarco Murray made the trip to Durham, North Carolina, as well.

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Tony Romo, Jason Garrett, DeMarco Murray, Jason Witten visit Coach K, Duke hoops team

At the scouting combine two weeks ago, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett was guarded about revealing his off-season plans. During his time off last year, he and Tony Romo spent some time at Duke University, watching a basketball practice, attending a …

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On Tom Landry anniversary, Jerry Jones finally has his guy

IRVING, Texas -- Twenty-six years ago today, Jerry Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys and fired Tom Landry. Among Jones’ biggest regrets is how poorly he handled the dismissal of the iconic coach. Last year Jones said he should have taken former owner Bum Bright up on his offer to fire Landry, who was coming off three straight losing seasons. Ever since that day Jones has been searching for his Landry. While no coach will last 29 years in one spot again, like Landry did, Jason Garrett has the chance to become Landry-like for Jones.

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Jerry Jones talks Tony Romo, Dez Bryant’s contract, explains how close they were to getting deal done mid-season

Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (right) shares a laugh with members of the media alongside head coach Jason Garrett after announcing a five-year contract for Garrett. The two discussed it at a press conference at Valley …

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Frank Pollack comes with Bill Callahan's seal of approval

INDIANAPOLIS -- Bill Callahan has a reputation for being one of the best offensive line coaches in the NFL, so his departure for the Washington Redskins should be viewed as a blow to the Dallas Cowboys. But Callahan sings the praises of his replacement, Frank Pollack. Pollack played for Callahan and spent the past two years on the Cowboys’ staff as the assistant offensive line coach. When Callahan was calling plays in 2013, Pollack was heavily involved with the offensive line.

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Former Dallas Cowboys assistant Bill Callahan says he left behind ‘the best line in the league’

INDIANAPOLIS – Bill Callahan said he had more fun during the 2014 season than in any other time of his career. But after his contract expired in January, the former Cowboys offensive line coach took the exact same position with …

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Virtue of patience with a young QB

The Dallas Cowboys were an organization that was very patient with Tony Romo as a young signal caller. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was asked about how important that patience is for an NFL team even though the temptation can be great to pull the plug. “I would argue that playing quarterback in the National […]

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Cowboys coach Jason Garrett: All-star officiating crews to blame for blown PI against Detroit Lions

In the playoffs, the NFL uses the so-called all star approach. That puts the best officials on the field for the most important games, but also eliminates the continuity that was built during the regular season.

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Lovie Smith on Rod Marinelli staying with Cowboys: ‘I’m OK with him being with my second favorite team’

INDIANAPOLIS – Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith said he never had hopes of adding his close friend, Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, to his coaching staff during the off-season. Marinelli was coaching in the final year of his …

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Three things we learned at Combine: Cowboys

INDIANAPOLIS – Coach Jason Garrett met with the media on Wednesday at the NFL combine. Here’s what we learned about the Dallas Cowboys: Keeping the running back: Jason Garrett has made no secret about his wishes to keep DeMarco Murray, but he also understands the two sides have to come to an agreement contractually for the relationship to continue. He has not allowed himself to think about life without Murray should the NFL’s leading rusher leave via free agency.

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Giving up play-calling changed game days for Garrett

 Photo/ Jason Garrett thinks Mike McCarthy may be more effective as a game-day coach without the play-calling responsibilities he’s had in the past. INDIANAPOLIS – Jason Garrett made it very clear Wednesday that he thinks very highly of Mike McCarthy and what the Green Bay Packers’ offense has done on his nine-year watch.“Whatever they’re doing there, they should keep doing it,” the Dallas Cowboys coach said during the annual NFL Scouting Combing at Lucas Oil Stadium.What the Packers had been doing, of course, was having McCarthy call the offensive plays. That won’t be the...

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Cowboys hire Steve Loney as assistant OL coach

IRVING, Texas -- While there has been no official announcement yet, the Dallas Cowboys have hired Steve Loney as their assistant offensive line coach, according to multiple sources. Loney will replace Frank Pollack, who was promoted to the head offensive line job following Bill Callahan’s departure for the Washington Redskins after the season. Marc Colombo, who worked in the scouting department last season and helped coach the offensive line at the Pro Bowl, will continue as an offensive assistant.

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Former NFL coach and GM: Cowboys would have easy choice if forced to decide between Adrian Peterson, DeMarco Murray

Who would you rather have at running back next season if you’re the Dallas Cowboys, DeMarco Murray or Adrian Peterson? According to former Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik and former Jets and Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards, the decision is …

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NFC East awards: Odell Beckham, rookie of the year

NFL Nation reporters from the NFC East -- Phil Sheridan, Dan Graziano, John Keim and Todd Archer -- have crunched the numbers, run through the analysis, doublechecked their notes and gone with some gut feelings. This week, they are offering up their NFC East Awards. Tuesday, they offer up the division’s Rookie of the Year. As with the Coach of the Year, the winner was unanimous: New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. There were only two real candidates: Beckham and Dallas Cowboys guard Zack Martin.

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Is Steve Loney the Dallas Cowboys’ new assistant offensive line coach?

Jerry Jones said last month that former Cowboys offensive lineman Marc Colombo was the “leader in the clubhouse” to become the team’s next assistant offensive line coach. However, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema tweeted Monday morning that Steve Loney is … …

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NFC East awards: Jason Garrett, coach of the year

NFL Nation reporters from the NFC East -- Phil Sheridan, Dan Graziano, John Keim and Todd Archer -- have crunched the numbers, ran through the analysis, double-checked their notes and gone with some gut feelings. This week, they are offering up their NFC East Awards. We start off the week with the division’s Coach of the Year. The winner was unanimous: Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. Garrett led the Cowboys to a 12-4 finish and a playoff victory.

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Ken Norton Jr. leaves Seahawks to be Raiders’ defensive coordinator, Irvin says: “Players play and coaches coach. We will be fine”

The Raiders today made official what had been rumored for the last week: Linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. is leaving the Seahawks and the man who brought him into USC and NFL coaching, Pete Carroll, to become Oakland’s defensive coordinator. Ken Norton, Jr. is the Raiders new Defensive Coordinator: http://t.co/fceUxsI0w8 pic.twitter.com/eNaqJieh60— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) February 6, 2015 Norton reunites with former Cowboys teammate Jack Del Rio, who recently became the Raiders’ head coach. “Jack and I are old friends,” Norton told my pal Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News … ...


Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown Talks Knicks, Cowboys and Allen Iverson

Hall of Fame SMU coach Larry Brown talks about New York Knicks rebuilding, Dallas Cowboys excitement and his special relationship with Allen Iverson.


Dez Bryant the Next Michael Irvin?

First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss the potential of Dez Bryant after Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett compared him to Michael Irvin.