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NFL head coaching interviews....lolESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Cowboys will give OC Kellen Moore a contract extension.
Moore interviewed for the Boise State head coaching job but opted to stay with the Cowboys. A long-term agreement should be announced shortly. It's a big win for Dak Prescott and the passing game as Moore played an integral role in the Cowboys' scoring explosion in recent seasons. Moore is one of the NFL's premiere young coaches on the offensive side of the ball. It won't be a surprise if Moore gets NFL head coaching interviews in the next couple of seasons.
Chris Mortenson on Twitter
Jan 2, 2021, 9:01 PM ET
Yep. Could see it coming from that first NY drive. Absolutely pathetic. Worst game in some time and makes you wonder if they actually wanted to win. Glad they didn’t though the 3 game winning streak f’ed a really good draft pick.Deserving end to the season.
At least a top 10 pick. Hopefully we can pick up a decent defensive player.Yep. Could see it coming from that first NY drive. Absolutely pathetic. Worst game in some time and makes you wonder if they actually wanted to win. Glad they didn’t though the 3 game winning streak f’ed a really good draft pick.
Only in Dallas could a QB suffer such a big injury and ownership end up paying out more than what the QB wanted last off-season to keep him. Odds on Jerry folds like a cheap tent after seeing what the Boys offense looked like without Dak.Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said the organization is "obviously very committed" to signing Dak Prescott to a long-term deal.
Prescott suffered a gruesome compound fracture in Week 5, but that appears to be a non-issue for his long-term status with the team. Jones confirmed as much, stating he would "love" to have Andy Dalton back, but "at the end of the day, and Andy knows this, this is Dak’s football team." Jerry Jones mentioned waiting to see how the cap shakes out in 2021 before getting Prescott under contract, but deadlines have historically made deals happen in Dallas. Prescott's side previously turned down the Jones' offer of $33-$35 million annually with $100 million guaranteed — negotiation points that have likely increased since he last took the field.
SOURCE: Jon Machota on Twitter
Jan 4, 2021, 1:22 PM ET