Why Jerry Jones Believes The Cowboys Can Improve Their Crime From Within – Kate Hairopoulos, SportsDay
It is clear that it is more important for the cowboys' trust to find the right people for the offensive coaching team than titles ,
The formula of how everything works, without Linehan and the titles that the coaches will wear, is still under discussion. Jones likes the "flexibility" of the staff. The structure is likely to be the topic of conversation when Jones takes the staff and takes the players to dinner at the Pro Bowl in Orlando on Wednesday night, and in the coming days.
"There are many great opportunities," Jones said. "I feel really good, I'm in no hurry for anything."
Would Garrett take control of the game? "19659005]" It could be more or less, "Jones said of Garrett's involvement in the offense." Either way. But I'm familiar with Jason Garrett. "
Pro Bowl Notebook: Kitna Makes First Practice – Nick Eatman, DallasCowboys.com
He does not have a job title, but Jon Kitna definitely has a job with Dallas. [19659006FormerCowboysquarterbackJonKitnaisalreadyworkingwiththeOrlandocoachingstaffandwhiletheteamdoesnotyethavetoofficiallyannounceitsexactpositionitwasspeculatedthatKitnawouldtrainthequarterbacksheplayedfor16yearsintheNFLincludingtwofullcowboysseasons
However, Kellen Moore is the current QB coach, although he is one of the candidates to serve as both an offensive coordinator and a game coordinator.
Kellen Moore on staff turnover, Cowboys new offense: "We're heading in the right direction" – Jon Machota, SportsDay
Machota provides an insight into what's going on in the Pro Bowl exercises with respect to the Cowboys coaches staff is going on.
Jon Kitna, Kellen Moore and Doug Nussmeier left Wednesday morning at the NFC Pro Bowl practice field at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Everyone wore an outfit that matched the other Cowboys employees who have trained in the game for the third time in the last five years.
Moore, who was in the team's first quarter of the team's quarterback Querbacks, was responsible for installing the offense during the training. Kitna, the youngest newcomer, worked with the quarterbacks. Nussmeier concentrated on the tight ends.
Now it's clear, right? Moore will be the offensive coordinator of Dallas, Kitna will take over the quarterback, and Nussmeier will be training tight ends for the second season in a row.
The Cowboys are still vague as to which direction they are now heading to separate from Scott Linehan, Offensive Coordinator and Play Caller, over the past five seasons.
Here's the biggest thing that would bring Kellen Moore to the table as a Cowboys offensive coordinator – Jon Machota, SportsDay
Machota answered questions in a recent chat here about Moore.
Q: Why do the Cowboys believe that Kellen Moore is considered one of the front runners for the offensive coordinator?
Machota : I think it has a lot to do with what they have seen behind the scenes every day since arriving in 2015. The fans can not see the brilliant offensive mind talked about by players, coaches and former teammates. You see a serene man on the sidelines who did not have much success as an NFL player. So they wonder what Dak Prescott can learn from him. I've heard that fans say he needs to be more animated and face Dak. But that's not his style. This is Kris Richard's style. And fans love that. Because they can see something. Richard is not considered for head coaching jobs because he is sometimes animated. Because he is a good coach. The Cowboys believe that Kellen Moore can also be a good coach. I think the biggest thing he would do OK is a certain unpredictability. The cowboy coworkers in 2018 had Jason Garrett, Scott Linehan and Rod Marinelli in their top positions. All three were long in the NFL and all three are firmly convinced. They've seen their styles work for decades, but that also means they have to study decades of trends. With Moore, nobody knows what his offensive philosophy is, so it becomes much harder to predict what the offense will do in certain situations. But Garrett must also be prepared to adapt to some of these new ideas. I believe that Marinelli's willingness to influence Richard was a positive effect for the cowboys' defense. Maybe Moore can do the same for the crime.
Give cowboys Jason Garrett a chance to be a fighter, let him call them plays – Todd Archer, Dallas Cowboys Blog – ESPN
In this article, you can see what the duties might do to the team The offensive staff in Dallas is an interesting treat about Kellen Moore, which many fans are not impressed with.
Moore, who was quarterback coach in 2018 after spending three seasons in the Cowboys squad, was long considered a future coach. Several sources said a few teams turned to the cowboys to interview Moore and were turned down. He has a close relationship with Prescott, who implicitly trusts him.
Cole Beasley says Dallas Cowboys front office is pushing for "who they want to get the ball over" – ESPN Staff
Cole Beasley has said that he was underutilized or overlooked in the crime.
"Honestly, the front office is pushing who they want to reach," Beasley said, responding to a comment on the cowboys' decision to fire offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. "I did not have much of a priority in that regard, maybe that will change, but I'm not sure, more balls will be coming in two minutes, where nothing is planned."
Jones responds to Cole Beasley's WR goal claim – Kevin Patra, NFL.com
Beasley's comments quickly triggered a reaction from the Dallas front office.
In the run up to the free-agent market, Dallas Cowboys recipient Cole Beasley suggested that the Front Office team dictate where passes should be thrown. On Wednesday, Cowboy's EPP Stephen Jones had pushed this idea aside during an appearance at the Rich Iron Show.
"I hope that's just his frustration, but certainly not the case," Jones said. "We're not dealing with it, the only thing we ever do is decide if we're going to pay the players a lot or if we will act for players and give away big picks, we hope we hope they get involved would, if we did such things, that there is a reason why we do it, they will be involved.
"But we would never predict where the bullets go or what nature's going to be. In terms of the schedule and involvement in what our coaching is doing to prepare for the ball game. And of all people, Cole is always involved in balls and catches. He was just an integral part of what we are all about. He certainly made a lot of big and important catches in the games we won.
Perhaps Beasley's comments will make the Jones family give money to someone else in this off-season.
Amari Cooper says trading makes Pro Bowl something special – Clarence Hill, Fort Worth Star Telegram
The addition The Pro Bowl is a slip-up, which seems to have been a great experience for Amari Cooper ever since he was sold to the Cowboys.
"There's something special about that you've described," Cooper said. "Not many people They changed teams in the middle of the season and came 1,000 meters or were able to reach the Pro Bowl and it's really special. "
Cooper got 22 passes for 281 yards and a touchdown with the Raiders before They exploded after trading with the Cowboys for 53 catches for 725 yards and six touchdowns.
He enjoyed playing football again, it's a small miracle that the supposedly quiet Coo One of the last players was on the practice field Wednesday during the interviews one hour after the end of the training.
"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. That's how I would describe it. It was just fun. The love of the game, playing football, that was all you could imagine as a footballer.
The Marinelli Report: The book was completed with optimism for the coming days in 2018 – Bob Sturm, The Athletic
The cowboys' defense started very strong and then seemed to be losing track. This article looks at the reason why this could have happened, but it has a positive outlook.
I may stretch here, but if I look at the 2018 cowboy defense and try to make it even better next season, I would further strengthen the defensive line with the talent to run and keep the linebackers clean to do their job. I would continue to win players who can come quarterback. In addition, the security situation continues to be a problem for me, as explosives and driving conditions subsided. The corners of the cowboys will continue to need support in this plan. And while both Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods are decent, "decent" is not good enough when you try to build an elite unit.
In other words, I'm impressed with the youth and talent of this defense, but I think you can use more talent at every level of this group. The competition should be open for many of the startup jobs.
5 potential Cowboys NFL Draft targets improving their Senior Bowl holdings – John Owning, SportsDay
The Senior Bowl exercises are underway, and here are five names to be seen when the cowboys in the NFL Design on the clock are including a personal (gig's) favorite of mine.
Daylon Mack, NT, Texas (A & M)
If the Cowboys decide to continue their strategy, the Daylon will wait until the later rounds, when they should invest in a bug tackle Mack of Texas A & M is as good a choice as it is for everyone else.
Mack measures 6-foot-1 and 327-pound senior-bowl cradles and is a strong player capable of generating incredible power at the point of attack.
As a breakthrough, Mack is first and foremost a power rusher who collapses his pocket with bull noise with his powerful lower body and his intentional hands (just ask the Alabama Center Ross Pierschbacher