Why Jerry Jones Believes The Cowboys Can Improve Their Insult From Home – Kate Hairopoulos, SportsDay
It is obvious that getting the right people to offensive coaching staff is more important to Cowboy's brain confidence than titles.
The formula for how everything works minus Linehan and the titles that coaches will wear is still discussed. Jones likes the "flexibility" of the staff. The structure is likely to be the call when Jones takes out staff and honored players for dinner Wednesday night at the Pro Bowl in Orlando and in the coming days.
"There are many good opportunities," Jones said. . "I feel very good, I have no hurry for anything."
Would an idea include Garrett resuming control of game dialing?
Pro Bowl Notepad: Kitna does first practice – Nick Eatman, DallasCowboys.com
He may not have a job title yet, but Jon Kitna definitely has a job with Dallas.
Former Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna is already working with the coaching staff from Orlando. While the team has not yet officially announced its exact position, it has speculated that Kitna would coach quarterbacks, the position he played in the NFL for 16 years, including two full seasons with the cowboys.
However, Kellen Moore is the current QB trainer even though he is one of the candidates to become either offensive coordinator passing the game coordinator.
Kellen Moore on staff changes, Cowboy's new crime: "We're heading in the right direction" – Jon Machota, SportsDay
Machota gives an insight into what's happening in Pro Bowl practices for Cowboy's coaching staff.
Jon Kitna, Kellen Moore and Doug Nussmeier joined the NFC Pro Bowl training field on Wednesday morning at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Each one wore an outfit that matched the rest of the cowboy staff, as coaching in the game for the third time in the last five years.
Moore, the team's first-year quarterback coach last season, was in charge of installing the crime during training. Kitna, the latest addition, worked with the quarterbacks. Nussmeier was focused on the narrow ends.
So it's clear now, right? Moore will be Dallass's offensive coordinator, Kitna takes over the quarterback room and Nussmeier will coach tight ends for the second consecutive season.
The Cowboys continue to be vague about the direction they are heading now that they have separated with Scott Linehan, the offensive coordinator and player of the past five seasons.
Here's the biggest thing Kellen Moore would take to the table as Cowboy's offensive coordinator – Jon Machota, SportsDay
Machota answered questions
: I think there's a lot to do with Kelen Moore as one of their front player for offensive coordinator?
Machota : I think it has a lot to do with what they have seen daily behind the scenes since coming up to 2015. Fans must not see the brilliant offensive mind that players, coaches and former teammates are talking about. They see a silent guy on the side who didn't have great success as an NFL player, so they wonder what Dak Prescott could learn from him. I've heard fans say he needs to be more animated and come to Dakt's face. But it's not his style. That is Kris Richards style. And fans love it. Because it's something they can see. Richard is not considered for chief coaching jobs because he is animated at times. That's because he's a good coach. Cowboys believe that Kellen Moore can be a good coach too. I think the biggest thing he would bring as OC is a little unpredictable. Cowboys 2018 employees had Jason Garrett, Scott Linehan and Rod Marinelli in their top positions. All three have been in the NFL for a long time and all three have strong convictions. They have seen their styles worked for decades. But that also means that decades of trends are out there for the opponents to study. With Moore, no one knows what his offensive philosophy is, so it becomes much harder to predict what the offense will do in some situations. But Garrett must also be willing to adapt to some of the new ideas. I think Marinelli's willingness to allow Richard to have increased influence was positive for Cowboy's defense this season. Maybe Moore can do the same for crime.
Give Cowboys Jason Garrett a fighter chance, let him call playing – Todd Archer, Dallas Cowboys Blog-ESPN
In this look at how the tasks can shake off with offensive staff in Dallas is an interesting ornament about Kellen Moore, as many fans are not impressed by.
Moore, who was a quarterback coach in 2018 after spending three seasons on Cowboy's roster, has long been considered a future coach, and several sources said a couple of teams approached the cowboys about Moore's interviews and were denied. Cole Beasley says the Dallas Cowboys front office "pushes who they want to get the ball to" – ESPN Staff
Cole Beasley has talked about being underutilized or overlooked in crime.
"Honestly pushes the front office to whom they want to get the ball," Beasley said while responding to a comment on Cowboy's decision to fire offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. "I have not been a big priority in that respect. Maybe it will change but I am not sure. More balls are coming in the 2-minute drill where nothing is planned."
Jones responds to Cole Beasley's WR target – Kevin Patra, NFL.com
Beasley's comments promptly prompted a response from Dallas front office.
To hit the free trade market, Dallas Cowboy's receiver suggested Cole Beasley's team front office dictate where the passport is thrown. On Wednesday, Cowboys EVP Stephen Jones brushes off that concept during a look at The Rich Eisen Show.
"I hope it's just his frustration but certainly not at all," said Jones. "We do not engage in it. The only thing we ever do is decide whether we should pay the players a lot of money. Or whether we should act for players and give up big choices. We really hope that they would be involved if we are to do things like that, there is a reason we do what they will be involved in.
"But we would never dictate where balls go or things of that nature. When it comes to the game board and get involved in what our coaching does to get ready to play the ball game. And for all people, Cole is always involved in getting balls and catching. He has only been an integral part of what we are talking about. Certainly he has made many great catches and important prisoners in games that we have won. "
Perhaps Beasley's comments may make the Jones family consider giving another big (giving) dollar this offseason.
Amari Cooper says trading makes Pro Bowl special – Clarence Hill, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
To getting to the Pro Bowl just hangs away what was obviously a great experience for Amari Cooper since they were traded to the cowboys.
"It's very special the way you described, Cooper said. "Not many have changed teams in the middle of the season and reached 1000 meters or have been able to turn it into Pro Bowl. It's really special."
Cooper got 22 passes for 281 meters and a touchdown with Raiders before exploding for 53 catches for 725 meters and six touchdowns after being traded to the cowboys.
He enjoyed playing football again. It is a little wonder that the probably silent Cooper was one of the last players on the training field on Wednesday during interviews one hour after the training ended.
"It was a lot of fun," Cooper said. "I had fun doing it. I had fun with my teammates with my new team. It was a very smooth transition. So I would describe it. It was just fun. The game's love, playing football, that was all you could think of as a football player. "
Marinelli report: Closes the book 2018, with optimism for the next few days – Bob Sturm, The Athletic
Cowboy's defense started very strongly and then appeared to fade down the stretch. This article looks at why it may have happened but with a positive outlook.
I might be stretching here, but when I look at the Cowboys 2018 defense and try to make it even better next season, I would continue to consolidate the defensive line with the talent to stand up to the track and keep the rulers clean to do their jobs . I would continue to get players who can come to the quarterback. Furthermore, the security position is a concern for me because the explosives went up and the meat bridges went down. Cowboy's corners will continue to need support in this system. And while Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods are both decent, "decent" isn't good enough if you're trying to build an elite unit.
In other words, I am impressed by young people and talents about this defense, but I think you can use more talent on each level in this group. The competition should be open to many of the start job.
5 Potential Cowboys NFL Draft Goals That Improve Their Stocks at the Senior Bowl – John Owning, SportsDay
Senior Bowl practices are in progress, and here are five names to look at when the cowboys are in the NFL draft including a personal (gig & em) my favorite.
Daylon Mack, NT, Texas A & M
If the cowboys choose to continue their strategy of waiting until later round to invest in a nose thank you, Texas A & M's Daylon Mack is as good as a choice.
Mack is a tough player measuring 6-foot-1 and 327 pounds under the Senior Bowl stakes. that can generate incredible power at the point of attack.
Mack is, as a passport, rusher primarily a power rider who uses his powerful lower body and intentional hands to collapse the tray with bull movements (just ask Alabama center Ross Pierschbacher).