Cowboys name Brian Schottenheimer offensive coordinator - ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys officially have a new offensive coordinator.Dallas named Brian Schottenheimer to the position, the club announced on Saturday.Schottenheimer had been an offensive consultant for the Cowboys in 2022."I am very happy to have Brian take on this key role with our team," head coach Mike McCarthy said in a statement.
Cowboys hire Brian Schottenheimer as new OC
The Dallas Cowboys have named Brian Schottenheimer as the team's new offensive coordinator, it was announced Saturday.The news comes a week after former offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and the Cowboys agreed to part ways after four years.The Cowboys initially hired Schottenheimer, 49, as a consultant before the season.
Cowboys take a massive L with Kellen Moore replacement
The Dallas Cowboys have replaced Kellen Moore in-house, as they promoted offensive analyst Brian Schottenheimer to offensive coordinator.Kellen Moore and the Cowboys parted ways at the end of the season, with the Boise State product taking on a new challenge with the Los Angeles Chargers.The Chargers feature one of the most talented position groups in all of football.
Crowd reaction after Aaron Rodgers-Dallas Cowboys question says it all
The Dallas Cowboys failed to exorcise their Aaron Rodgers demons in 2022.After jumping out to a 14-point lead late in the third quarter, Rodgers threw two touchdowns to rookie Christian Watson in the fourth quarter to send the game to overtime.Riding all the momentum, and feeding off a raucous Lambeau Field crowd, Rodgers and the Packers downed the Cowboys by a field goal in overtime.
Cowboys fans will lose their minds over Brian Schottenheimer's NFL resume
Fans have become able to read the Dallas Cowboys like a book.From the minute the organization dismissed Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator, and promoted Mike McCarthy as the offensive play-caller, Cowboys fans took to social media in droves to predict the inevitable appointment of Brian Schottenheimer as OC.
3 Cowboys players who will not be missed in 2023
The Dallas Cowboys are back to the drawing board as they look to round out their roster that won 24 games in the past two seasons but still can't get over the hump in the playoffs.With several positions that need to be upgraded, they should be more active this offseason than last - even if they continue to avoid the splashy free agents.
Cowboys remain interested in Odell Beckham - ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys flirted with free agent receiver Odell Beckham for weeks.They flew him to town Dec. 5 for a visit, and owner Jerry Jones repeatedly indicated the Cowboys were players for Beckham.It didn't happen, and Beckham remains a free agent.The Cowboys, though, remain interested.Executive vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday the Cowboys will revisit their discussions closer to the start of free agency in March.
NFL insider claims potential conflict between Cowboys' Mike McCarthy and Kellen Moore
The Dallas Cowboys are currently without an offensive coordinator after they "mutually" agreed to part ways with Kellen Moore.While the team is searching for Moore's replacement - they've already scheduled an interview with Panthers running backs coach Jeff Nixon - the expectation is Mike McCarthy will take over play-calling for the 2023 season.
Report: Saints part ways with Kris Richard - ProFootballTalk
The Saints have parted ways with co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach Kris Richard, NFL Media reports.The Saints' other co-defensive coordinator, Ryan Nielsen, left for Atlanta to become the Falcons' defensive coordinator.Richard drew interest from the Dolphins for their defensive coordinator job, but the Saints didn't wait for Miami to officially fill its opening before making a decision on Richard.
Cowboys News: Troubling details from Sam Williams' car accident emerge
The Dallas Cowboys 2022 draft class will be one to remember.That includes second-round pick Sam Williams, who contributed 10 tackles for loss and four sacks despite playing behind Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence off the edge.Williams showed loads of potential in a part-time role, and fans are hopeful he takes a leap as a sophomore in an increased role.
Listen: Jerry Jones had no idea who Chris Godwin was in radio interview
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin in a radio interview, and it didn't go as planned.Jerry Jones may have forgotten who Chris Godwin was on a radio interview Saturday, as he was asked to help preview the Cowboys-Buccaneers playoff game.Jones surely keeps up with the NFL, and probably just had a brainfart.