According to a "reliable team source," speculation that the Cowboys' recent coaching hires are a sign owner Jerry Jones is preparing to replace Jason Garrett with Jon Gruden is "ridiculous."
The Cowboys "have held discussions" with Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson about joining the offensive staff in some capacity.
Cowboys OC Bill Callahan will call the offensive plays in 2013, not head coach Jason Garrett.
ESPN Dallas mentions Hue Jackson, Jim Caldwell, and Mike Tice as potential offensive play-caller options for the Cowboys.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is now open to owner/GM Jerry Jones bringing in another play-caller.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said he plans to remain the team's offensive coordinator and play-caller in 2013.
According to FOX's Jay Glazer, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett's job is "safe."
Browns in-limbo team president Mike Holmgren denied Monday that he is interested in the Cowboys' head coaching job.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has hinted he may be willing to surrender play-calling duties to new OC/OL coach Bill Callahan in 2012.
Cowboys OL coach Hudson Houck has retired from football, and will be replaced by Jets OL coach Bill Callahan.
Cowboys hired former Packers WRs coach Jimmy Robinson as assistant head coach/wide receivers.
The Cowboys will interview Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews for an assistant offensive line coach position.
Cowboys re-signed TEs coach John Garrett.
Cowboys wide receivers coach Ray Sherman will reportedly not return for the 2011 season.