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Oct 09 2017
Jason Garrett has been quoted 63 times. The one recent article where Jason Garrett has been quoted is Jason Garrett hasn't talked to Jerry Jones about anthem mandate. Most recently, Jason Garrett was quoted as having said, “They did that well after the anthem was completed and it was a private thing they did for themselves. Again, we want to approach the anthem in a very respectful way. Want to approach the flag in a very respectful way. And my understanding of what both of those guys did based on the conversations I had with them was that occurred after the anthem. And they wanted to keep it private.”.
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Sep 04 2017

They've gotten a lot of work all throughout the preseason and training camp and the rotation that we typically have with all of our players is you try to get them work with that first unit. The backup guys rotate through, so I anticipate probably a similar rotation.feedback

Aug 25 2017

He certainly has been remarkable with how he's handled everything, right from the start. You've heard me say this many times, but the first impression that we had during the draft process and once he got here, he's just a professional. He goes about it the right way and does not seem distracted by anything on the field or off the field. Just how he handled everything last year, the way our team handled it last year, is a testament to that. He's come back this year and worked as hard as anyone in the building. He sets the pace for us in practice and guys around him respond to him.feedback

Aug 24 2017

I think it's the position that takes more pounding maybe than any other if you think about what their job is, handling the ball, running 25 times in a game and getting tackled 20-25 times in a game. They get hit probably twice as many more times, and so those guys probably take the most physical beating among any players on the field, so you balance that -- putting them at risk in that regard and getting them ready to play.feedback

Aug 24 2017

I think the biggest thing is just having the mindset of preparing him for Week 1 of the season, and that's the approach that we've taken. He's got a number of more reps in training camp than he did last year. If you remember, he had the hamstring injury last year and ended up playing in the second-to-last preseason game and got eight, 10, 12 snaps in that ballgame, so that's the approach that we've taken with him, and anything beyond that we'll take as it comes.feedback

Aug 02 2017

I don't think there is any doubt in my mind that he's a Hall of Fame tight end.feedback

Jul 27 2017

It really has everything to do with Jahad [Thomas'] situation. Jahad we thought he was going to be healthy and ready to go for training camp (because of a hamstring injury) and he was one day into it and so we had to get another running back in here.feedback

Jul 27 2017

Zeke loves football. He studies his stuff hard, he's very engaged in meetings. He loves taking part of walk-throughs. His walk-throughs aren't really walk-throughs. He's always running around, and certainly when he gets to practice he practices as hard and as well as anybody we have on our football team.feedback

Jul 24 2017

We're gathering information on it and we'll respond accordingly.feedback

Jul 24 2017

In handling the situation and evaluating with the authorities there and in talking to him, we just didn't feel like it's in the best interest of the Cowboys to have him with us. We have a number of players who through their career, they've made mistakes. We've held them accountable. They've responded the right way and they've done a great job for our team both on and off the field. If a player isn't ready to respond to that, time and time again, it's time to move on.feedback

Jul 23 2017

We believe in Zeke Elliott. It's incumbent upon all of us, everybody in our organization – coaches, players, everybody who is connected with Zeke – to help him understand the importance of making good decisions.feedback

Jul 23 2017

I think Zeke's a smart guy. Zeke understands what we're talking about. Zeke understands what the standards are for our football team. I think he understands what he needs to do to reach those standards on and off the football field. We'll continue to work with him, just like we will with all our players.feedback

Jul 20 2017

We anticipate him starting with us, but we're going to watch him. During the spring he didn't work every day, he worked every other day, and he just handled the work the right way, so we've just got to be careful about getting ahead of ourselves with him and some of the other guys. We'll see how they handle the work early on and we'll come up with a plan as we go.feedback

Jul 20 2017

He's been outstanding in his rehab and that's one of the reasons we took the chance on him that we did. I think we had a really good feel for the kind of person that he is based on our experiences with the people at Notre Dame and what they said about him and then just our experiences throughout the evaluation process. Trust me, he hasn't had bad days. He comes to work every day with a great spirit. It's a challenging injury he was coming back from and he's handled it very well. Still have a long ways to go. We're going to take it day by day, but he's made a lot of progress.feedback

Jun 07 2017

Don't want to make those statements. We certainly love the progress that he's made and are excited about what he's been doing up to this point. He's getting better and better and better. He's getting more and more comfortable with the football movements. He's been playing more football for us the last couple of weeks. And that's been a positive sign for him.feedback

May 29 2017

We've been playing against him for a long time, and he's just a good football player and has been in this league. He plays a very challenging position, corner, in the NFL. He's been playing it for a long time, and he's played at a high level. He's a physical player. He's a good cover guy. He's a smart football player. We've seen all that already this offseason.feedback

May 08 2017

He's going to do the veteran stuff on the field on Tuesday and Thursday, so I don't anticipate him doing a lot on the field over the weekend. It seemed like he handled the work well last week, and he's just done an amazing job right from the start with his rehab taking it day by day, making progress and we'll continue to do that. If he takes that approach, that's when he's going to have his most success. That's what he's done up to this point.feedback

Mar 30 2017

It's a situation we're working through. He and Jerry Jones are the principal people in working that situation through. It's really been status quo.feedback

Mar 30 2017

Tony's been a great football player in this league for a long time, a great football player for our organization. He can play the game at a high level. He played one series this past year for us and was very productive like he has been throughout his career. Durability has been an issue the last couple years. So nobody really knows how he can handle the course of a 16-game season. But that's true for everybody. You take that risk with every player on your roster. He's been a great football player for us for a long time. We're fortunate to have him.feedback

Mar 30 2017

That's a hypothetical situation. Again, we'll work through this situation day by day. Nothing's changed since the end of the season.feedback

Mar 17 2017

I don't think it was a good decision. He and I talked about that. It was just a poor decision on his part and young players sometimes just have to understand that perception can be reality. You have to understand you're under a microscope 24 hours a day.feedback

Mar 03 2017

A couple of years ago when DeMarco Murray was our running back, he had a huge impact on our football team. I was fortunate to play with Emmitt Smith for eight years. I know the impact he made in this organization. So great runners make a big difference. They make the offensive line better. They make the quarterback better. They make the receivers better, because everyone is hunkered down to stop the run if you have a great one. And I think it certainly makes the defense and your kicking game better because of the way a runner can help you control a game. So we've always valued a running back.feedback

Mar 03 2017

The runner matters, and that's something we've believed in for a long time.feedback

Mar 01 2017

He has been the ultimate professional. I am sure Tony and Jerry Jones will have further discussions, and we will make a decision based on what is best for the Dallas Cowboys. Whatever we do, we will make a decision that is best for this franchise. No decision has been made at this time.feedback

Feb 04 2017

His impact on our organization, the National Football League is significant. He's changed the league in so many ways.feedback

Feb 04 2017

This is an extension of our football team and I really accept it on their behalf. I coach with some really great guys and I'm really fortunate to coach with so many great players that go about it the right way, and it's really just an extension of that. It's a team award.feedback

Jan 17 2017

At the end of the day they're going talk about (Rodgers) as one of the top three quarterbacks who ever laced them up.feedback

Jan 17 2017

We certainly want the best for him, whether he is here or whether he is somewhere else. He has been such an inspirational guy to me and everybody who has been fortunate enough to be around him. So good things will happen for Tony Romo. A lot of things will be discussed over the next few weeks.feedback

Jan 17 2017

So when he had his opportunities based on the merits, there's a compelling argument to be made that that guy should be your quarterback. What happened when Tony got hurt, Dak stepped in and this team got going. It went on a run, and what we needed to do was somehow, someway stay on that run.feedback

Jan 02 2017

It's not really a time for reflection. This is a time to get our eyes forward and get back to work.feedback

Dec 27 2016

There's just one way to play. You can't put different meaning on different competition, like all of a sudden this is less important than that. That's not how we operate.feedback

Dec 19 2016

One of the words we talked about right from the outset this week was 'response'. We did a good job early in the ballgame to get a lead and they started throwing the ball a lot early in the second half and they went ahead.feedback

Dec 12 2016

We didn't do enough in the passing game.feedback

Nov 25 2016

Over and over again at critical times, he came up with big plays. He made a lot of plays with his feet out in space. He made plays with his arm. ... He handled different situations really, really well.feedback

Nov 24 2016

He made some big runs late that were critical. It really broke their back.feedback

Nov 24 2016

Over and over and over again, at critical moments, he came up with a big play, whether it was a third down, down in the red zone, again and again and again he just played winning football for us. He did the things that winning quarterbacks do.feedback

Nov 16 2016

Tony is a professional. He's done an outstanding job preparing himself for whatever role he's been in since I've been here and that's what the expectation is. He's going to embrace it fully.feedback

Nov 14 2016

It's contagious throughout our team. Guys believed in him. Everyone believed in each other.feedback

Nov 14 2016

I don't know how you being to understand how someone can perform at that level dealing with such an emotional thing in their life. He was locked in. He was very passionate throughout the ball game.feedback

Nov 14 2016

There have been a lot of great teams and championship teams that have come through in the last 57 years. That's certainly something to comment on. It's been a good streak for us.feedback

Nov 09 2016

He's champing at the bit. But you know we'll watch him today at practice and see how he does.feedback

Nov 09 2016

Tony hasn't played in a game in nearly a year. So you want to get a guy out there again and again and again, moving around with people around him.feedback

Oct 31 2016

He's come back before this year for us. He plays with the same mentality, the same demeanor, the same temperament regardless of what's happened before. The best players I've been around were able to do that. He was outstanding at the end of this ballgame.feedback

Aug 27 2016

If you guys remember, he has played with fractures in his back before.feedback

Aug 27 2016

Dak has done a nice job really at every turn starting back at training camp. I thought he did a particularly good job in this game against Seattle because he certainly didn't anticipate going in on the fourth play of the game.feedback

Aug 26 2016

We don't think it's a serious thing, and we just felt better keeping him out.feedback

Aug 23 2016

All those younger receivers get more of an opportunity. That's happened a few times over the course of training camp and the first couple games of the preseason where a veteran player hasn't been able to play and that's given us an opportunity to see some younger guys.feedback

Jul 22 2016 - Commonwealth

It smells like something is rotting. We don't have an idea of how long this event will last.feedback

Apr 28 2016

I do know this: When you're in a draft, there's a lot of conversations about a lot of players, at every position, with every pick -- moving up, moving back, and all of that. We're obviously happy with the quarterback that we have. The potential is overwhelming.feedback

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