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Cowboys News: Offensive assistant hired, early Super Bowl odds, Herm Edwards loses it over Cowboys coverage

More coaching staff adjustments as the Cowboys add one to their ranks from a collegiate powerhouse, but he’s got ties to both Cowboys coordinators. Also, an ex-Dallas assistant lands in California with the Chargers offense. And the Cowboys’ main competition in the NFC East took a big blow as the Eagles lose both their coordinators just hours after falling short in Super Bowl LVII.

Meanwhile, the power rankings offer optimism for Cowboys Nation, and Dallas comes out with pretty good odds for winning next year’s big game. But don’t tell any of that to one ex-NFL head coach-turned-TV analyst; he’s mad as hell about the media’s coverage of America’s Team, and he decided on Tuesday he’s not going to take it anymore. All that, plus a former 2,000-yard rusher reveals how close he came to being a Cowboy, a look at whether the team’s latest Hall of Fame snub came from too many Dallas greats being on the ballot, and it’s Nooch Time once again as the XFL prepares to kick off its comeback bid. That’s all up in News and Notes.

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