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Cowboys assistant coaches getting some ink checks in with an article about Ray Sherman, our new WR’s coach. He’s certainly got a lot of talent here to work with, but of course, everyone wonders how he’ll do with Terrell Owens. We know that Owens and last year’s receivers coach Todd Haley had their issues.

Sherman likes to keep the dialogue going with his players.

He calls it "Keep it Real Thursday," a chance for the players to talk about what is on their minds during their position meetings. It could be personal, silly - whatever. Sherman started the Thursday talks while in Green Bay, and said they helped bring the unit closer together there and in Tennessee.

Someone needs to sneak a tape recorder into one of those meetings; the public has a right to know!

It looks like communication is the latest theme from the coaching staff at Valley Ranch. It pops up in this article about new defensive coordinator Brian Stewart over at The Ranch Report. Stewart also lives by the words of poet Maya Angelou:

If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don’t complain.

Here’s a weird article about what the author says is the NFL’s most stressful, pressure-filled division, the NFC East. I think the guy’s trying to be funny and serious at the same time, but ended up being seriously unfunny.  

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