Sport Cowboys' Smith has not heard back from McCarthy

04:51  01 february  2020
04:51  01 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Mike McCarthy has been a busy man since taking over the Dallas Cowboys' head coaching job, but he might need to work on his outreach and communication.

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Jaylon Smith, who has been with the Cowboys since 2016, was a guest on the “Aaron Torres Sports Podcast” this week. Smith said he was looking forward to working with McCarthy but has not yet heard back from the coach.

Smith said:

“I’m a fan of the game, so I know all about (Mike) McCarthy and know what he brings to the table. I’m excited to be in that locker room and facility with him, to really be able to learn from a guy who’s won. I left a message and I’m waiting to hear back from him. He’s a busy guy — he’s got a lot of things going on — we’re still getting all the staff and everything situated, and I’m really looking forward to this year.”

McCarthy better get on this. Like Smith said, the new head coach is a busy man, but this is now the second team leader McCarthy hadn’t reached out to yet.

Smith, who played college ball at Notre Dame, also told Torres the Fighting Irish will win another championship soon.

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