Defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli says even before the season, he could see that the defense would be much improved.
The Washington Redskins hired former Chargers linebackers coach Joe Barry as defensive coordinator on Tuesday.
Rod Marinelli was never close to leaving Dallas, after all.
The Dallas Cowboys made coordinators Rod Marinelli and Scott Linehan a couple of the highest paid assistants in the NFL last week.
Did you remember Monte Kiffin was technically still on the Cowboys' staff in 2014? Me neither, but his contract is up now.
Rod Marinelli is back, which is awesome and surprising all at the same time.
According to a report, the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to a five-year deal with head coach Jason Garrett.
Jason Garrett said he's spoken with Rod Marinelli, and the veteran defensive coordinator wants to return despite reports he is headed to Tampa Bay.
Despite reports that Rod Marinelli could be Tampa-bound, executive vice president Stephen Jones says the team expects to keep the defensive coordinator with the team.
Rod Marinelli may be on his way out, but his players are keeping their fingers crossed that he might return.