Last Updated: Friday, March 18, 2011
Von Miller Scheduled to Visit Cowboys

The Cowboys will be bringing in Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M on April 15th for Dallas Day. Dallas ESPN is also saying that Tyron Smith and Prince Amukamara are being considered to be some other top guys to be interviewed closer. The team would also like to speak with USC tackle Tyron Smith and Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara, two players that several mock drafts have the

Last Updated: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Report: Cowboys to Workout Tyron Smith

National Football Post is reporting that the Cowboys are bringing in Tyron Smith, OT, USC for a closer look. Smith is being projected to be the first tackle taken in the draft. USC blue-chip offensive tackle Tyron Smith is scheduled to visit the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, according to league sources with knowledge of the situation. Smith didn’t work out at

Last Updated: Friday, February 4, 2011

The rumor mills are blowing up on the latest news that the Cowboys have made an offer to N.C. Tarheels Dline coach Brian Baker. Baker comes with a whole load of great NFL coaching experience, and if snagged into Dallas this could be a very nice addition. Baker worked as the defensive line coach while with the Carolina Panthers since 2009. Soon after the season ended and Fox was

Last Updated: Monday, January 24, 2011

The AP just released the NFL 2010 All Pro Team, and for the 2nd time in his career, TE Jason Witten makes the All Pro Team (1st Team). OLB DeMarcus Ware and P Mat McBriar were selected to the second team all pro roster. The complete list of 1st and 2nd teamers can be seen here Share

Last Updated: Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wade Phillips has snagged up Reggie Herring to Houston, its official. I fully expect secondary coaches Brett Maxie and Dave Campo to be relieved of their duties as well. The secondary played their worst football in several seasons, and a fresh start could be just what the doctor ordered. I don’t think anyone is surprised Herring is gone, but everyone SHOULD definitely expect

Last Updated: Sunday, January 23, 2011

In all the excitement of Rob Ryan becoming Dallas’ next defensive coordinator there also comes the reality that this could be a one year stint. Rob Ryan has great ambitions of becoming a head coach, and if anyone wants to get noticed, you sign with Dallas.Period. I see this marriage more of a stepping stone than anything long-term. The Cowboys will need to work closely with

Last Updated: Monday, January 17, 2011

The Cowboys filled the defensive coordinator position by snagging up Rob Ryan, but the Cowboys are not done filling out the coaching staff. Dan Campbell is set to interview for a second time, so looks like he may be added as a tight ends coach to help alleviate John Garrett, and allow Garrett to be more involved in the coordinating aspect of his job. Hall of Famer, Bruce Matthews

Last Updated: Thursday, January 13, 2011

Take another defensive coach off the market, Paul Pasqualoni signed with UConn. The Cowboys have completed interviews with Vic Fangio and Greg Munusky, Fangio is officially off the market by signing on with 49ers, and Manusky is likely to sign with the Chargers. I think Garrett’s being very strategic in the search, he’s getting his feet wet handling the interviews, and

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Looks like Tony Sparano and the Dolphins will be interviewing our tight ends coach, John Garrett for their offensive coordinator spot. By all accounts, its clear that Dolphins owner wants more creative and aggressive style. From PFT via Finsiders.com “I’ve told Tony that to me, I want an aggressive, creative [offense] not playing just to keep it close, where people really are

Last Updated: Monday, January 10, 2011

The Cowboys are wasting no time and have begun to schedule interviews for the defensive coordinator position. One thing is clear, the Cowboys are sticking with the 3-4. There will be no move back to the 4-3, so those ideas can be squashed today. The Cowboys interviewed Dom Caper’s protegé Vic Fangio and this shows the Cowboys are looking for an attacking scheme, and if you

Last Updated: Thursday, January 20, 2011

The NFL has announced the next round of players making it to the NFL Hall of Fame. Among the finalists are Deion Sanders and Charles Haley. Sanders should be a first ballot hall of famer for all his shutdown talent, among his on field play, Sanders is credited with really moving cornerbacks into the upper echelon in regards to getting paid. Haley is one of the fiercest pass rushers

Last Updated: Saturday, January 8, 2011

The next goal of the Dallas Cowboys should be the locking down of a defensive coordinator. Once Garrett was made the head coach, it was believed we’d be hearing Miami’s Todd Bowles would likely end up being the next announcement, but that looks to be on the backburner right now. If the Cowboys wanted Bowles they could probably make it happen; however, this has not happened. Who

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