Chris Mortensen has a new "scoop" out. Considering how he did last week with the Mike Shanahan to KC deal, we'll see how this one plays out. The word is Dan Reeves may be coming back to Dallas.
Former NFL coach Dan Reeves has been in discussions with the Dallas Cowboys about a consultant's role, according to sources.
Reeves recently interviewed with the San Francisco 49ers about the offensive coordinator's job but a 49ers source said Monday that Reeves informed them he likely would be taking a consultant position with the Cowboys.
Reeves and the Cowboys certainly have history, and Wade Phillips has history with Dan, Reeves' son-in-law is newly-hired ST coach Joe DeCamillas. The Cowboys could use an authority figure around the Ranch. Not out of the question in my estimation.
The Cowboys signed two players to their futures list today -- defensive tackle Tim Anderson and cornerback Michael Hawkins.
Anderson was a third-round pick out of Ohio State in 2004 whose last game action came in 2007 with the Falcons. That's basically all I know about the 6-3, 325-pounder.
Hawkins was at Oklahoma and has a wild background according to the DMN blog.
Check out this Bradie James interview. Pretty amusing. He says firing Brian Stewart didn't change anything and calls out Calvin Watkins and Ed Werder. Good times.
And the hits keep coming. T.O. is getting his own reality TV show. Please, make it stop. Somebody, stop it, I beg of you.