Jerry Jones says he’s ready to take calls from frustrated Cowboys fans – Josh Clark, 105.3 The Fan
Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones knows that dedicated Cowboys fans are the lifeblood of his franchise. Now he seems willing to reopen a direct line of communication.
The good news for those who listen to 105.3 The Fan is that Jones is ready to hear your complaints live. But he and his family aren’t going anywhere.
“We used to have fans calling and I was answering a question,” Jones said on the K&C Masterpiece. “I would be angry too. I’ll tell you right now, the best way to do something is to have [the question] come directly to me. These same fans know that I will never sell this team.
Jones went on to say that he was serious about driving the segment (and we sure would have to), but he made it clear that he thought changes were unnecessary at the front office when he got down to business. was about him and his son Stephen having the final say on staff decisions.
“I would definitely love the segment. …I live with this every day. Let me say this, I’m so sensitive to our fans [with the reaction to every decision I make]”, Jones said. “I’ll tell you…you look around, and [see that] rehiring or moving general managers in addition to moving coaches – I didn’t see that as the secret to success in the league.
We’ll be sure to provide an update on if/and when the segment will take place to give fans the opportunity to participate.
McCarthy says Moore is capable but “growing” as an OC – Patrick Walker, Dallascowboys.com
Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore’s call to play has been in question all week. Head coach Mike McCarthy made sure he had his coach’s back during his press conference today.
Kellen Moore has been criticized by fans and the media for the schematic flaws that led to the Cowboys suffering a 19-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1, with the offense possessing the dubious distinction of being the only one in the entire NFL not to score a touchdown in the season opener.
Asked about Moore’s performance on Sunday, as Dallas prepares to face the equally tough Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2, Mike McCarthy praised Moore – having some responsibility as a coach himself -team leader responsible for ensuring that “the three coordinators are equipped to succeed”.
“It’s something I try to accomplish every day, so yeah, I make sure Kellen knows I’m there,” McCarthy said Friday. “We are going to take a walk today through the call sheet, and it may be a little longer [this week] – this kind of things. The most important thing is not to overreact, and I want him to feel that from me. I have to do a better job.
“We all need to do a better job.”
Cowboys Ex Danny McCray Wins Reality TV Contest – Jeremy Brener, The News Tribune
The former Dallas Cowboys are known for appearing on TV shows after their football career ended. Danny McCray is the latest to find success in front of a camera.
Prior to his reality television appearances, McCray was a special teams ace and defensive assist for the Cowboys from 2010 to 2013 and 2015.
McCray was named the winner of the contest after finishing first in a race up a snowy mountain in Patagonia on the show’s latest episode on Wednesday. During the show, McCray had to participate in various challenges that tested his strength and endurance both mentally and physically. He also had to navigate social politics among the other players in the game in order to avoid elimination.
McCray appeared on “The Challenge: USA” as one of 28 “CBS reality titans”, a necessary qualification to participate in the program. McCray competed in “Survivor 41” in 2021, placing sixth in the competition. But now McCray can call himself a champion. “It’s very redeeming! I felt like I was one move or one conversation away from reaching Final 3 on Survivor,” McCray told PopCrave. in my social game and my ability to play these types of games!”
Tank and CeeDee set to face former teammates on Sunday – Patrick Walker and Rob Philips, Dallascowboys.com
When the Cowboys face the Bengals on Sunday, some players will face their former teammates.
Both Collins and Awuzie are former Cowboys starters who are no doubt passing on their knowledge to the Bengals coaching staff for the upcoming Week 2 battle, but two-time Pro Bowl point rusher DeMarcus Lawrence and CeeDee Lamb, off the Pro Bowl, are equally familiar with them and their skills.
And, next Sunday, someone will lose in this battle of former compatriots.
For Lawrence, seeing Collins again means something both personally and professionally – following the Cowboys’ decision to release the starting tackle in March.
“It will be great to see La’el,” Lawrence said after practice on Thursday. “I haven’t seen him since he left for Cincinnati. It will be good to go against him – check him out and see how he goes. … He’s a good player.
Another game to watch is Lamb against Awuzie, a former Cowboys second-round pick and starter who signed a three-year, $21.75 million deal with Cincinnati a year ago. Last season, Awuzie recorded a career-high two interceptions and had another pick against Super Bowl MVP Matthew Stafford in the Bengals’ loss in the title game.
Lamb and Awuzie were teammates during Lamb’s 2020 rookie season.
“Great dude,” Lamb said. “He’s a great athlete. Very athletic. Very strong. His point of attack ability to impose his will on the opponent is excellent.
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