Jones frustrated as Cowboys fall short in playoffs again
It all added up to another playoff exit for the Dallas Cowboys and more questions about what needs to be done to get them over the hump. Prescott had two turnovers and led only one touchdown drive and the Cowboys fell short of the NFC title game for the 12th straight postseason trip, losing 19-12 to the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round on Sunday. “I felt we were in a good situation to come in here and win this thing,” owner Jerry Jones said.news.yahoo.com
CNN crew fined, leaving Thailand in day care attack coverage
Thai authorities on Sunday fined two CNN journalists for working in the country on tourist visas but cleared them of wrongdoing for entering the day care center where more than 20 children were massacred, saying they had filmed inside believing they had obtained permission. Deputy national police chief Surachate Hakparn said the journalists had been waved into the building by a volunteer or a health officer, but did not know the person was not authorized to allow them inside. Authorities began looking into the incident after a Thai reporter posted an image on social media of two members of the crew leaving the scene in northeastern Thailand where a fired policeman on Thursday massacred 36 people, 24 of them children.news.yahoo.com
Jerry Jones stands by Mike McCarthy as head coach at annual ‘State of the Cowboys’ Address
Team owner and general manager Jerry Jones took the podium in front of the media at Oxnard, California for the first time on Tuesday morning. Alongside executive vice president, CEO and director of player personnel Stephen Jones and head coach Mike McCarthy, Jerry kicked off training camp with the annual ‘State of the Cowboys’ Address.
Cowboys going virtual with COVID-19 infections on rise again
The Dallas Cowboys are going virtual with meetings leading into Thursday's game at New Orleans with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. Right tackle Terence Steele was among the positive COVID-19 tests and won't play against the Saints, coach Mike McCarthy said Sunday. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith, who missed the Thanksgiving Day loss to Las Vegas after testing positive, won't make the trip to New Orleans.news.yahoo.com