The case for the Dallas Cowboys to move on from offensive coordinator Kellen Moore
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by ChrisHalling
9h ago
Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images The Dallas Cowboys have moved on from several assistant coaches following their playoff exit. However, they should make one more move. The Dallas Cowboys have been busy over the last 24 hours, letting go of several key members of the coaching staff. Michael Gehlken reported that the team officially did not renew the contracts of assistant head coach Rob Davis, linebackers coach George Edwards, assistant defensive line coach Leon Lett, running backs coach Skip Peete, offensive line coach Joe Philbin, and quality control analytics coach Kyle Valero. Cowboys h ..read more
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Cowboys news: Dan Quinn to remain DC, Kellen Moore and others “to be evaluated”
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by ReportingLarry
9h ago
Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports The latest news on the Dallas Cowboys. Dan Quinn to remain with Cowboys as defensive coordinator; OC Kellen Moore’s future unclear - NFL.com, Nick Shook Staying home. Dan Quinn’s second season in Dallas produced another effective defense. Much to the delight of Cowboys fans, he isn’t leaving in 2023. Quinn has informed interested teams he will be staying in Dallas next season after interviewing for head-coaching openings in Arizona, Denver and Indianapolis in recent weeks, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported Thursday. “We’re all extremely excited to hav ..read more
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Cowboys’ offseason needs and wants seem like deja vu all over again
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by Tom Ryle
18h ago
Please get these guys some reinforcements. | Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images The Cowboys are in basically the same boat today that they were in last year’s offseason. It’s time to move forward. While the playoffs are still going on elsewhere for other teams, the Dallas Cowboys have now joined the majority of the league in making plans and looking for ideas to improve in 2023. Despite the crushing disappointment of the postseason exit, there are some signs of hope. It is certainly arguable that the team had some good if incremental improvements over 2021. They won a playoff game and were neck-an ..read more
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BREAKING: Dan Quinn to stay with Dallas Cowboys for third season as defensive coordinator
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by RJ Ochoa
18h ago
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images Huge news for the Dallas Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys lost on Sunday, but they definitely won on Thursday. While the season is over and there are a lot of things to tend to in the aftermath, one of them was the fate of certain members of the Cowboys staff. Dallas moved on from six staffers this week, but it felt possible that at least one staffer would move on from them. Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore interviewed for the Carolina Panthers job and on Thursday; we found out that Frank Reich got it which means that Moore may wind up staying. Defensive ..read more
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The Dallas Cowboys got very little from non-CeeDee Lamb pass catchers in 2022
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by RJ Ochoa
18h ago
Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images The Cowboys offensive skill players did not exactly rise to the challenge in 2022. The Dallas Cowboys lost in the Divisional Round of the playoffs to the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Dak Prescott was a big reason for this. In fact, he was the main reason for this. We are starting this conversation with that because what we are about to discuss does not take away from it. In a world where multiple things can be true, one can be that the franchise quarterback was small when the moment commanded being large, but that there are other non-negotiable things ab ..read more
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Carolina Panthers to hire Frank Reich, not Dallas Cowboys OC Kellen Moore
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by RJ Ochoa
18h ago
Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images The path has been paved for Kellen Moore to return to the Dallas Cowboys. At long last the first head coaching domino has fallen across the National Football League. The Carolina Panthers are the first team on the board and will be hiring former Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich to be their new main man. There are still four openings across the NFL (Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans) but this one has a level of significance for the Dallas Cowboys. Current Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore interviewed with ..read more
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With step forward in playoffs but back in NFC East, Cowboys have work to do to reclaim division
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by Sean.Martin
18h ago
Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images New York and Washington have another offseason to bridge the gap to the 12-win Cowboys, while Philadelphia tries to stay in front. The Dallas Cowboys aren’t known for stringing together successful seasons, which on the surface makes this last campaign a positive one. The Cowboys won 12 games again, went to the playoffs for consecutive seasons for the first time since 2006-07, and took the step of winning a road playoff game for the first time since 1992. These numerical stats were thrown around plenty leading up to the Divisional Round against the 49ers ..read more
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Discount or danger? The Cowboys continue to have tough decisions with injured free agents
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by Dan-Rogers
1d ago
Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images The Cowboys have often tried to pick up bargains by delving into injured free agents. The Dallas Cowboys have done a really good job building their roster. We can quarrel about players they should’ve kept or gotten rid of, but overall, this front office does a pretty good job making personnel decisions. Part of that is deciding which of their own free agents they can live without, and which ones need to be re-signed. The team only opens its wallet to a select few when it comes to offering sizable second contracts as there are only six players on this roster w ..read more
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2023 Dallas Cowboys coaching tracker: Updates, rumors, and news about Mike McCarthy’s staff
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by RJ Ochoa
1d ago
Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Everything you need to know about the changes happening to the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff. The Dallas Cowboys are beginning yet another offseason without a Super Bowl parade and the goal is obviously to rectify that wrong. Last season was successful for the Cowboys in a number of ways, but as noted there is a loftier goal that everybody wants to see the franchise achieve. Obviously the organization itself wants to see that as well and they are making some changes that they believe will narrow the gap. Following the playoff loss in the Div ..read more
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The McCarthy Chronicles: Cowboys let down by coaching on the big stage
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by David Howman
1d ago
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images Mike McCarthy deserves some blame for the Cowboys loss to the 49ers. For a half of football, Mike McCarthy was doing everything right. In a stark reversal from last year’s playoff matchup against the 49ers, the Cowboys came out ready to play and proved to be the more physical team. The Dallas defense stopped the 49ers’ potent offense for a loss or no gain on eight of their first 17 plays across their first three drives; two of those drives resulted in a punt, with the other producing a field goal largely due to favorable field position from an interce ..read more
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