NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Giants have hired former Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett as their offensive coordinator. Garrett joins the staff of new coach Joe Judge. Garrett was told on Jan. 5 he was not being brought back by the Cowboys after coaching the team for the previous 9 1/2 seasons. Garrett went went 87-70 in Dallas, including the playoffs. New York also announced Friday night that Patrick Graham was hired as as the defensive coordinator and assistant head coach. Thomas McGaughey was retained by Judge as the Giants’ special teams coordinator.
The Dallas Cowboys have officially informed coach Jason Garrett that he will not return to the team, according to multiple reports. First to report that the Cowboys were moving on from Jason Garrett as their […]
By SCHUYLER DIXON FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Jason Garrett was still coach of the Dallas Cowboys on Friday, almost a week after what figured to be a make-or-break season ended without a trip to the […]
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is a strong believer in “practice coaching,” even though older coaches throughout the game have placed little emphasis. And it is the practice coaching that will help the club evaluate […]