by Ryan Wilson
Last Friday, Dan Reeves decided that maybe working for the Cowboys wasn't such a great idea and, after one day on the job, walked away. But what if Reeves had stayed? What would that have meant for Wade Phillips and Jason Garrett?
During a post-Cowboys-employment radio interview, Reeves said that he would've been heavily involved in coaching the offense. This might've hastened Terrell Owens' departure from Valley Ranch, but more than that, it could've marginalized Garrett's role as the offensive coordinator.
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As the Dallas Morning News' Tim MacMahon pointed out last week, "The Cowboys tried to help Garrett by hiring Reeves, but that isn't exactly a vote of confidence for the highest-paid assistant coach in NFL history."