According to a report, Scott Linehan led all the Cowboys' offensive meetings in minicamp last week.
Center Travis Frederick believes assistant offensive line coach Frank Pollack deserves a good deal of credit for the group's resurgence last year.
New playcaller Scott Linehan doesn't intend on blowing up the offensive system built by Jason Garrett and Bill Callahan over the past few years.
Bill Callahan wasn't happy when Dallas brought in Scott Linehan, but Jerry Jones says he's just fine, now.
Jason Garrett must make the playoffs, but to do that he might need to take a step back.
Further cramping our already confused brains, the owner throws some spice into the Cowboys' offense.
According to Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones, the team never considered letting Bill Callahan go.
A national publication has named the Cowboys' massive coaching shuffle this offseason one of the best staff moves in the league.
Bill Callahan was reportedly miffed by the Cowboys' decision to bring in Scott Linehan this week.
Despite reports that Bill Callahan would be upset if the Cowboys brought in Scott Linehan to take over play-calling, Jason Garrett doesn't foresee any problem with the two working side-by-side.