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Last Updated: Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Secondary and Wide Receivers Coaches Remain Open

Its sounding more and more like the Cardinals will make a hard push to sign Ray Horton as their defensive coordinator; a promotion from his current position as the Steelers secondary coach. If this is the case, I’d think the Cowboys could take a look at Darren Perry, the Packers defensive backs coach. Perry worked with Ryan in Oakland as their defensive backs coach. Its obvious

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Fresh off the tweeting presses. NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora is saying the Cowboys have an offer on the table for Ray Horton (Steelers) to coach the defensive backs. La Canfora also states the Cardinals are offering him their defensive coordinator job. More Horton: Ray Horton has an interview scheduled with the Cards. The Cowboys are pursuing him. A third team could

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The rumor is now official, Brian Baker has accepted the defensive line job offered to him by the Cowboys. This is a very very nice addition to the defensive coaching squad, I like this move coupled with the hiring of Rob Ryan. Watch out. The Dallas Cowboys have hired Brian Baker as their defensive line coach. Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer reports that Baker, who was with

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 31, 2011

As expected, the Cowboys are wasting no time and continue to piece together their staffs on both side’s of the ball. Today the Cowboys hired Matt Eberflus to coach the linebackers. Rob Ryan worked with Eberflus while in Cleveland. Next news should be the hiring of a defensive line coach and hopefully a secondary coach. Share

Last Updated: Sunday, January 30, 2011

With the Pro Bowl in the bag this marks the beginning of the offseason for the entire team now. Its back to business come monday morning. Jerry, Garrett, and Ryan were on hand in Mobile for the Senior Bowl, so we may expect some other coaching interviews to take place here very soon. Not only was the brain trust on-site to scout players, but perhaps scouting some assistant coaches

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

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