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Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Tony Romo "Doing Great"

The latest Dallas Cowboys headlines for your reading pleasure on Super Bowl Sunday.

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Garrett: Rehab Seemingly "Great" For Romo's Back - Nick Eatman,
Garrett provided a little update on Romo, who seems to be progressing well.

"Tony was here at the office (Tuesday)," Garrett said. "I had a chance to visit with him, as did Scott (Linehan) and some of the other guys on staff. He seems to be doing great. He’s in his rehab and trying to make sure he does everything he can every day to get that back right and get back as soon as he can."

Ranking the NFL Stadium Experiences - Stadium Journey
As soon as you saw the title of this link, you knew that AT&T Stadium would show up prominently in this ranking, and the article does not disappoint:

The Home of the Dallas Cowboys is ranked fourth among all NFL Stadiums, while the site of today's Super Bowl ranks near the very bottom of this list. Cowboys Stadium with its fans makes for one of the rowdiest atmospheres in the NFL and can make for a bad day for opposing teams and coaches. The beautiful stadium not only adds to the atmosphere but makes the experience even better. With a vast amount of leg room in the seats and seating that is perfectly placed so that no matter where you sit you have a great view, Cowboys Stadium makes for a great atmosphere.

Preliminary site plan offers first look at Dallas Cowboys training facility in Frisco | DMN
This is from earlier this week, but this article provides a nifty little interactive graphic of what the layout for the Dallas Cowboys "World Headquarters & Training Facility" will look like. The Cowboys are scheduled to move into their new facilities in 2016.

Report: Cowboys Charles Haley NOT Elected To Hall Of Fame Again In 2014 - Blogging The Boys
Once again, reports are that Charles Haley has been shut out of the Hall of Fame.

Jerry deserves his call to the Hall | Mac Engel, Star-Telegram
Engel makes a good argument for why Jones should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, much to the certain consternation of a porton of the Cowboys fan base:

Jerry’s track record since 1998 with the Cowboys is more laughable than HOF-worthy, but the man has done so much else, he needs to be enshrined. Debate his influence on those three Super Bowls winners with the Cowboys, but they are on his résumé.

Also on Jerry’s résumé is the major influence he had on the NFL brand itself, from the stadium and licensing deals, to pushing for the NFL Network, to recognizing the value in content — capitalizing on the need to turn a profit on what was said, written and reported about the individual football teams themselves.

Love him or hate him, Jerry has been good for the business of the National Football League. He improved the NFL for future generations.

Dallas Cowboys Twitter mailbag - ESPN Dallas
Todd Archer touches on Rod Marinelli, DeMarco Murray and the perceived lack of positive news surrounding the Cowboys.

Garrett’s staff heavy with former NFL head coaches - Tom Orsborn, Express-News
Scott Linehan is the third Cowboys assistant coach with previous NFL head coaching experience, Orsborn writes. Unfortunately, their combined record is 38-81 as head coaches, making it likely that an assistant coaching position will remain their ceiling.

Why does Jerry hate Norv Turner? Randy Galloway, Star-Telegram
Galloway chooses a headline that reads like some conspiracy theorist had a go at it on an internet message board. Maybe that's the only way to get clicks these days.

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