Sport Jerry Jones does not plan to fire Mike McCarthy after one season

01:00  29 october  2020
01:00  29 october  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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The Mike McCarthy hire was one of assurance. He arrived with Super Bowl credentials and a After the wreckage of this season has been cleared, the Cowboys will enter their offseason evaluation What will the new Jerry Jones do , and how much like the old Jerry Jones is he willing to become?

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has thrown his support behind head coach Mike McCarthy Jason Garrett didn't post a winning record until his fourth season but lasted for nearly a decade. McCarthy may be putting Jones ' patience to the test, though. Dak Prescott's season -ending injury

The Cowboys have spent this week clearing out some 2020 acquisitions, trading Everson Griffen and cutting Dontari Poe and Daryl Worley. Mike McCarthy does not currently have to worry about being a one-and-done coach, however. Jerry Jones expressed support for his 2020 HC hire, despite the team’s disappointing start.

a group of baseball players standing on top of a grass covered field: Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy © Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy

“One of the, without a question, reasons Mike McCarthy is the coach is because he’s been through it,” Jones said during an appearance on 105.3 The Fan (via the Dallas Morning News). “… Certainly, we couldn’t have anticipated being at this stage with our team this year. But if I were going to hire for a head coach, that we’re going to be at this stage this year and work through this for the betterment of what’s in store for us for the rest of the year and for what’s for us in the future, I got my man.”

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It’s the first year with this group. You know Jerry and I are big believers in sticking with the staff. Jones said he expects the team to “evolve” over time and Sunday night’s game against the Eagles I thought he would be a good hire, but McCarthy does not have the look of being the right guy for the

The Mike McCarthy era in Green Bay is over. We want to thank Mike , his wife, Jessica, and the rest of the McCarthy family for all that they have done for the Packers and the Green Bay and McCarthy departs Green Bay after posting a 125-77-2 mark in those 13 seasons , including a 15- 1 record a year

McCarthy kept Kellen Moore as his play-caller and hired Mike Nolan as defensive coordinator. While the Cowboys’ offense was surging with Dak Prescott, it has cratered without him. Dallas’ defense ranks 30th in DVOA. Jones retained Jason Garrett for nearly 10 full seasons and has given all but one coach (Chan Gailey) at least three full seasons. Considering McCarthy’s Super Bowl-winning pedigree, it would be shocking if Jones ousts him after one season.

Here is the latest from the NFC East:

  • The Eagles are currently down four offensive linemen, each of their three top receivers, their top two tight ends and Miles Sanders. But they are, despite being 2-4-1, in first place in the NFC East. A Jay Glazer report prior to the Eagles’ Week 7 win indicated they told teams they would listen to offers for their best players, but ex-Eagles president Joe Banner said (via the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Paul Domowitch) Philly is interested in acquiring offensive line and linebacker help. The Eagles have been buyers in trades for years, and Zach Ertz’s ankle injury halted trade talks. Despite the Eagles projected to be nearly $70M over the 2021 cap, they may again be ready to acquire veterans.
  • On the subject of Eagles veterans, the news is not good for DeSean Jackson. Calling it a similar injury to Dallas Goedert‘s, NFL.com’s Mike Garafolo said Jackson suffered a non-displaced ankle fracture and is expected to miss between six and eight weeks (video link). The 33-year-old deep threat has missed 16 games since returning to Philadelphia and looms as a near-certain 2021 cap cut, but Garafolo adds D-Jax does not intend to retire after this season.
  • Saquon Barkley‘s ACL reconstructive surgery is set for Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. Interestingly, the World Series delayed the Giants running back’s procedure. Dr. Neal ElAttrache will perform the operation, but since he is also the Dodgers’ team doctor, he was in the final MLB bubble and off-limits until the World Series’ conclusion, per Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post. No word has emerged regarding if Barkley’s surgery will need to be further tabled because of Justin Turner’s positive COVID-19 test. Barkley suffered the injury Sept. 20. Despite this delay, doctors are hopeful he will be ready for training camp, NFL.com’s Andrea Kremer tweets.
  • Washington first-year HC Ron Rivera finished up his chemotherapy and proton therapy treatments Monday. While he still has follow-up appointments on tap, per ESPN.com’s John Keim, this marks a major development in the veteran coach’s recovery from lymph node cancer.

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Rightfully, it has owner Jerry Jones frustrated. However, Jones did not show himself in the best of lights during his weekly “ One of the reasons Mike McCarthy is the coach is because he’s been through it,” Jones said. As for what the plans are moving forward this season , Jones did note that

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