2006 Departures: Head Coach – Bill Parcells (retired) Passing Game Coordinator/WR – Todd Haley (went to Arizona) Running Backs – Anthony Lynn (went to Cleveland) Tight Ends – Freddie Kitchens (went to Arizona) Quarterbacks – Chris Palmer
Well, I guess it’s safe to say that the football season is officially over… yeah, right! Who am I kidding? Football season is never over for a Cowboys fan, it’s a 24/7 365 days a week
A formal announcement will be made today at 5 p.m., but reports are saying Wade Phillips is the Dallas Cowboys next head coach. Phillips was the only candidate who would keep the 3-4 defense and
This week’s Legend of the Star is the longtime, outstanding Cowboys safety, Mel Renfro. Mel Renfro was an All-American running back at the University of Oregon, where he not only set many team and college records,
On Saturday, February 3, 2007 Michael Irving became the 10th Dallas Cowboy in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the 3rd Cowboy in the last 2 years. This was the third time Irvin made it to
Jerry Jones announced that the new head coach will not be named until after the Super Bowl. Its a great choice by Jones. I’m glad he’s not rushing into this but it certainly makes you wonder
I’m looking forward to seeing five Cowboys in the Pro Bowl this year. Since I really have no interest in this years Super Bowl, the Pro Bowl will give me my last football fix this season.
This week’s “Legend of the Star” is one of the best defensive players in Cowboys history, none other than Cliff Harris. Although Cliff was not drafted in 1970, he was invited by the Cowboys to training camp
The future is looking bright in Dallas. Norv Turner spent the day with Jerry Jones and Bill Parcells interviewing for what could be the biggest move of his career. Turner has an impressive resume and a
Jason Garrett… name sounds familiar. Oh yeah, he was Troy Aikman’s back up QB in the 90s. Those were some great years! Even though Garrett didn’t get to play very often, he was still
Okay, he’s done. He coached his heart out and he’s tired. Its been two days and I think we have all accepted this, its time to move on and we are ready for the new guy. But who
Bill Parcells has retired Monday, according to a press release from the team. "I am retiring from coaching football. I want to thank Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones for their tremendous support over the last four years,"