Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett drew some attention last off-season when he and quarterback Tony Romo took a trip to Duke University to watch basketball and pick the brain of football coach David Cutcliffe.
Although free-agent Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant has expressed a distaste for the franchise tag in the past, he has all but resigned himself to accepting that is the road he and the Dallas Cowboys are headed down, per sources.
Now that defensive end Charles Haley and his five Super Bowl rings are finally in the Pro Football of Fame, could this pave the way for other long-overlooked Dallas Cowboys defensive players from the Super Bowl teams of the 1990s?
We have not seen Jerry “Mother Teresa” Jones at Valley Ranch in some time, and his well-documented streak of football benevolence has coincidentally been stymied since Jason Garrett took over as his head ball coach. Thank God.