This is getting ridiculous now. Jerry talking to all his old cronies?
If you have one of those red plastic pig hats, you’ve got a shot at a job with the Cowboys.
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, the Cowboys interviewed former University of Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt recently.
What job he was talking to Arkansas alum Jerry Jones about is unclear. The only currently available job on offense is running backs coach, after they fired Skip Peete. There’s some uncertainty about the future of tight ends coach John Garrett, the brother of head coach Jason Garrett. John Garrett’s interviewing for the Delaware job.
Nutt was the head coach at Arkansas from 1998-2007, which was followed by a stint at Ole Miss. He has no NFL experience.
The Cowboys have spent the day trying to convince Rod Marinelli why he needs to stay and join Monte Kiffin’s staff.
They were successful. Marinelli has agreed to join the Cowboys staff as its defensive line coach.
Marinelli was given the option to stay in Chicago as its defensive coordinator after Lovie Smith was fired, but his devotion to Smith led him to leave. He interviewed at Valley Rancy Friday. Marinelli and Kiffin worked together in Tampa Bay, and Kiffin wants his friend to join him again as he implements the Tampa 2 defense in Dallas.
That friendship is one of the reasons Marinelli would consider what would be viewed as a step down at this stage of his career. But those who know Marinelli say it’s never been about job titles with him.
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ENNIS (AP) – Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel recently got a speeding ticket near Dallas and a local judge thought it newsworthy enough to post something on Facebook.
The freshman Texas A&M quarterback got the ticket in Ennis, a small city about 35 miles south of Dallas. The Ennis court did not immediately respond to a request Friday for a copy of the ticket or for details about the incident, which was first reported by USA Today.
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