As you may remember, last week, the Dallas Cowboys announced their new playcaller in a drawn-out, and altogether strange way.
Jerry Jones came out and spilled the beans on what had been a fairly guarded secret when he told reporters outside of OTAs that Bill Callahan would take over playcalling in 2013, marking the first time since 2007 that someone not named Jason Garrett would hold that title.
Callahan then confirmed the move, but Garrett made clear that he didn’t want to comment on it, let alone discuss it.
Understandably, many read this sequence of events as evidence that there are some communications issues between Jones and his head coach, Garrett. But according to defensive end DeMarcus Ware, that isn’t the case.
“We don’t feel that at all,” Ware told SiriusXM NFL Radio this week, via the Dallas Morning News. “We feel like the door is shut, we have our team and we’re just going forward with what we have and the decisions that have been made. I don’t feel like there’s any chaos or anything around here. I feel like we’re getting ready for the season and everybody’s on the same page.”
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