Sherman Done With Cowboys

Less than a week after Ray Sherman interviewed with the Jerry Jones for the vacant head coaching job of the Dallas Cowboys, the wide receivers coach will not be returning to the staff next season. Calvin Watkins, of ESPN, has reported that the Dallas Cowboys will not be renewing Sherman’s contract which expired after the end of the 2010 season.

Sherman had been with the club for 4 seasons. He was originally brought on by Wade Phillips as part of his staff. It is said that Sherman is a well liked coach and that he often was referred to as a “player’s coach”. Sherman had a couple of volatile personalities under his care the past four years with the likes of Terrell Owens and rookie Dez Bryant. Both players are quite vocal and Sherman often acted as a sounding board, if not a sound absorber.

It is unclear as to why Sherman won’t be back on the sidelines, but it appears to be a decision from Jason Garrett who Jerry Jones said who have “final say” on any roster and personnel decisions. Sherman becomes the first coaching change under the Garrett era. With coaches Wade Wilson, John Garrett, and Chris Boniol’s contracts about to expire, there could be more change at the Ranch in the next few days.


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