Cowboys Coaching Staff’s Work Begins Now

The Cowboys staff spent last week in Arizona for the Pro Bowl

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After spending last week in Arizona for the Pro Bowl, the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff’s work begins in earnest this week.

As Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas points out, it’s a late start. But Jason Garrett and co. are ready to get to hit the ground running.

"All that stuff has to be pretty clean," Garrett said. "The most important thing at the outset is to evaluate our own players and try to get that done the first week we get back."

Step one for the staff is to look back on the 2014 season, and get a sense of where they are in terms of personnel. At the same time, they’ll begin their preparation for the 2015 NFL Draft, which kicks off in Chicago on April 30. The NFL Draft Combine will be held next month.

"The priority will be these personnel meetings, evaluating our own team, but then you start to get that [college] stuff started," Garrett said. "Typically we work on our football in the morning and our college evaluation stuff in the afternoon."

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