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Tue, 21 May 2013 13:55:28 -0700
The Dallas Cowboys have not made a decision on who will call the offensive plays in 2013 as head coach Jason Garrett said the team is still working out the mechanics of the decision. "I think we have a pretty good plan and we'll execute it as the offseason progresses," Garrett said. Offensive coordinator Bill Callahan said he is willing to do whatever Garrett asks. "Whatever coach wants me to do, whatever role he wants me to fill, I'm more than happy to do that," Callahan said. "We're working through a lot of things right now."
Sun, 12 May 2013 13:19:48 -0700
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said the team has not decided whether he or offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will call the offensive plays this offseason.
Sat, 11 May 2013 16:12:02 -0700
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said the team has not decided whether he or offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will be calling the offensive plays this season.
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 13:05:01 -0700
The Dallas Cowboys are talking with free-agent OG Matt Slauson (Jets). Slauson was coached by Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan at Nebraska.
Wed, 13 Feb 2013 12:34:42 -0800
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett did not give a definitive answer on who would call the offensive plays in 2013. Garrett said the team is trying to move in the direction of offensive coordinator Bill Callahan calling the plays.
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 05:49:40 -0800
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said it has "never been hell or high water" as far as calling the offensive plays; however, he wanted to keep his thumbprint on the team's offense, and that's why it was important for him to have offensive coordinator Bill Callahan take over as the playcaller. Although Callahan has not been officially announced as the playcaller, he is expected to assume that role. If the Cowboys had brought in someone from outside the organization to call the plays, Garrett likely would have had to surrender a lot of control over the team's philosophy.
Wed, 23 Jan 2013 09:03:13 -0800
Former NFL WR Tim Brown denied ever saying Bill Callahan sabotaged Super Bowl XXXVII as head coach of the Oakland Raiders during a radio interview Wednesday, Jan. 23. "I have never said that he sabotaged the game," Brown said. "All I'm saying is, all I was saying after the game was, you know, the question was asked about this situation, but no one ever said ... that's something that could never be proven. We can't go inside the mind of Bill Callahan and say, 'Oh, yeah, we knew exactly what he was thinking, what he was trying to do.' All I'm saying is, the question was asked. But of course the media hears 'sabotage' and 'Bill Callahan' and 'throwing the football game,' now they're saying 'Throwing the football game' and that terminology was never used. But that wasn't the intent."
Wed, 23 Jan 2013 03:43:38 -0800
Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan released a statement strongly refuting former Oakland Raiders WR Tim Brown's suggestion that Callahan "sabotaged" the team's chances of winning Super Bowl XXXVII. Callahan coached the Raiders for two seasons. "There are many people who are disappointed by the outcome of Super Bowl XXVII, but none more than me," Callahan said. "While I fully understand a competitive professional football player's disappointment when a game's outcome doesn't go his team's way, I am shocked, saddened and outraged by Tim Brown's allegations ... I think it would be in the best interests of all including the game America loves that these allegations be retracted immediately."
Tue, 22 Jan 2013 17:04:05 -0800
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team hasn't made any final decisions on who will calls the offensive plays next season, but that head coach Jason Garrett is fine with the decision to move away from him as the play-caller. Offensive coordinator Bill Callahan has more experience calling plays under former Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden in a West Coast offense. "I think you get that when you create more input, influence, whatever you want to call it ..." Jones said. "If Bill Callahan has more influence - let's make that assumption. If he does, then you will see more of some of the things that work for him in his coaching career."
Tue, 22 Jan 2013 10:28:07 -0800
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett will not be in charge of calling the offensive plays next season. Instead, offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will be in charge.
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