Jimmy Johnson Unlikely To Coach Dallas Cowboys Again

You guys are already discussing coaching changes and I see Jimmy Johnson come up a few times. Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson was on the Texas Today Show, where he was asked about returning to coach the Cowboys.

Don’t get your hopes up.

According to what Jimmy said, he is loving his current lifestyle, which involves him talking about football a lot on television and what I suspect is drinking plenty of alcoholic beverages.

“I love doing FOX NFL Sunday, and Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, and Kurt Menefee, we all have a ball on the set and so it’s fun. So I enjoy doing that. I enjoy living in the Florida Keys, I live on the ocean as you know, I do a lot of fishing and scuba diving, so I think I’m going to stick with my lifestyle that I’ve got now.”

Johnson also said he does not believe the Cowboys have serious problems with the offense. He said the wide receivers need to step up because a lot of teams are taking Jason Witten out of the game with double coverages. This leaves the wide outs with man to man coverage oftentimes.


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