His consecutive 12-5 regular season showings became the main argument for keeping coach Mike McCarthy. However, it was not enough to keep six of his employees employed.
The Cowboys announced that six assistant coaches were let go. Technically, their expired contracts were not renewed. In practice, they were politely asked to pack up and go.
Assistant head coach Rob Davis, senior defensive assistant George Edwards, assistant defensive line coach Leon Lett, linebackers coach Skip Beattie, offensive line coach Joe Philbin, and quality control analytics coach Kyle Valero are out.
“We thank these men for their hard work, dedication, and contributions to the Cowboys,” head coach Mike McCarthy said in a statement. “Each of them represents our team and our organization at a high professional level with a high standard and a commitment to making our team better. These were difficult decisions because of the huge respect I have for each of them as a coach and a personality, along with the experiences we have all had together. This is the hardest part of the job and no We wish them nothing but the best.”
The fact that McCarthy made this announcement indicates that he will return in 2023. Because he’s been 12-5 in each of the last two seasons.
Which, again, wasn’t good enough to keep six of his employees employed for another year.
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