GLENDALE, Ariz. – In doing everything they could to win games to close out the season, the Cowboys didn’t want Stephen McGee to have to play. Now they may have no choice.
Chris Greisen is back in the NFL. The former Sturgeon Bay standout is expected to sign with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday for the final game of the regular season after Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna injured a hip in Saturday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
The optimism entering the regular season faded long ago. If the Dallas Cowboys had allowed themselves in early September to think of how they would feel going into the last week of the season, they would have been bubbling with enthusiasm.
You knew this one was coming up at some point: Nick Saban linked to the potential opening of the head coaching position of the Dallas Cowboys, arguably the biggest NFL franchise and one of the select few with the requisite deep pockets needed to make a legitimate monetary offer exceeding what he makes at Alabama.