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Rob Ryan has returned from vacation and cleaned out his office at Valley Ranch. Now, he’s in St. Louis for a job interview. Yes, it’s taken longer than five seconds and five minutes, the two increments of time Ryan predicted it would take him to find
Rangers, Murphy remain apart as deadline passesUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetThe Rangers and David Murphy failed to reach an agreement prior to Friday's noon CT arbitration deadline, with offers by the club and outfielder differing by about $1.5 million.Source: MLB.comShare TweetGRAPEVINE - Tony Dungy, who will receive the Theodore Roosevelt Award tonight at the NCAA Convention in Grapevine, said new Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin wants to have Rod Marinelli as defensive line coach. The former Bears defensive line c
Cowboys LB Anthony Spencer receives first Pro Bowl invitationUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetAnthony Spencer just got a trip to Honolulu. The Cowboys linebacker has been named to the Pro Bowl. He will replace Green Bay’s Clay Matthews, who is unable to participate due to injury. This is Spencer’s first selection to the Pro Bowl. He will joinShare TweetCowboys defensive lineman Jason Hatcher said Friday that he has talked briefly with new Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin. But during that discussion they never got into the details of where or how Hatcher will be used in the team’s new 4-3 sch
Cowboys TEs coach John Garrett doesn’t get Delaware jobUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetCowboys tight ends coach John Garrett, the brother of head coach Jason Garrett, isn’t expected to return for the 2013 season but he won’t be coaching Delaware. John Garrett applied for the Delaware head coaching job, but on Friday afternoon the Blue H
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Gerald Sensabaugh’s 2012 GradeUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetJonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author ofShare TweetFour teams will play this weekend for a chance to go to the Super Bowl. The Cowboys will sit back and watch the conference championship games like they’ve done every year since 1995. Because it’s impossible to predict when the Cowboys will return to tShare TweetLAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- The Chicago Bears have hired Matt Cavanaugh as their quarterbacks coach and Skip Peete as their running backs coach.Source: CNNSI.com
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Does Brandon Carr deserve an ‘A’ grade for the 2012 season?Updated Jan 18 Share TweetJonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author ofShare TweetWorking across the country from his more celebrated brother, John Harbaugh has made the Ravens one of the most consistent winners in the NFL, writes Peter King.Source: CNNSI.com
Does Tom Moore make sense for the Cowboys?Updated Jan 18 Share TweetYou insist that Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett needs offensive help. You believe Monte Kiffin is a good hire as defensive coordinator. If you check the yes box in both of these categories, here’s a name to discuss: Tom Moore. Moore is a long-time assiShare TweetIf you have one of those red plastic pig hats, you’ve got a shot at a job with the Cowboys. According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, the Cowboys interviewed former University of Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt recently. What job he was talking to ArSource: profootballtalk.com
Westbrook Beats The BuzzerJan 18Russell Westbrook tips in Kevin Durant's miss with 0.5 seconds left in the 2nd quarter.
Durant Scores Career-High 52 In OT WinJan 18Highlight Of The Night: Kevin Durant sets a new career high, scoring 52 points in Thunder's 117-114 win over Mavericks.
Peter King: Ravens owe consistent success to 'other' HarbaughJan 18ATLANTA -- I'll be spending the weekend covering the NFC Championship Game, but before I get too heavy into Niners-Falcons, I wanted to write about the most under-appreciated single person of the NFL weekend: John Harbaugh.
Don Banks: History not on Ravens' side as they try to get revenge on Patri…Jan 18The Baltimore Ravens have worked hard and admirably persevered through multiple challenges this season to get back to the same position they were in last year: playing at New England in the AFC Championship game. But history says the chances of the outc…
NFL playoffs -- John Clayton's First and Goal: Championship roundJan 18Teams put up 276 points in the divisional round of the playoffs. Will the trend continue?
The Sports Guy's All-Te'o MailbagJan 18Even the NFL playoffs can wait for the weirdest sports story of our age.