A person with direct knowledge of the agreement says the Dallas Cowboys and Mike McCarthy have reached a deal for the former Green Bay coach to succeed Jason Garrett. McCarthy interviewed over the weekend before the Cowboys had officially announced that Garrett wasn’t returning. Garrett had an expiring contract coming off a make-or-break season that ended with Dallas missing the playoffs for the sixth time in his nine full seasons. The 56-year-old McCarthy won a Super Bowl with the Packers on the Cowboys’ home field nine years ago.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has summoned Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to a meeting Tuesday at league offices. The subject of the meeting will be Elliott’s involvement in an incident in Las Vegas in […]
By SCHUYLER DIXON , AP Pro Football Writer Two people with direct knowledge of the decision say the Dallas Cowboys are placing the franchise tag on defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence for the second consecutive year. The […]
The Dallas Cowboys are out of the playoffs despite a 47-16 season-ending win over Washington. Dak Prescott threw for four touchdowns, but the defending NFC East champions were eliminated from the postseason when Philadelphia beat […]