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Report: Cowboys could fire entire coaching staff after missing playoffs

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The Dallas Cowboys are expected to make major changes after missing the playoffs, and owner Jerry Jones may go above and beyond by cleaning house.

In addition to not bringing back head coach Jason Garrett, the entire Cowboys coaching staff might be let go, according to Mike Leslie of WFAA. Leslie initially reported that the entire staff had been fired before clarifying that the organization says it hasn’t happened yet.

While some likely had their contacts tied to Garrett length-wise, this would still present a major housecleaning. That would include names like offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who will almost certainly be an intriguing name in coaching circles even if some of the shine wore off after a great start to the season. It does mean that whoever the next coach of the Cowboys is will probably have some significant say in the assembly of a new staff.

What is clear is that Jones was not happy with Dallas missing the playoffs. He had a clear warning for Garrett and the coaching staff toward the end of the season, and Jones appears to not be messing around when things failed to improve down the stretch.


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