Cowboys executive Stephen Jones said the organization is “always interested” in playing a game in Mexico City, but would not want to relinquish a home game in Dallas.
“We’re always interested,’’ Jones said, via David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. “Our biggest issue is giving up a home game.’’
Jones reiterated that the Cowboys would never give up one of their eight home games.
“We have never given up a home game and wouldn’t,’’ Jones said.
Regarding potentially playing out next season on the franchise tag if he and the Cowboys are unable to reach a long-term deal, QB Dak Prescott essentially said he’ll cross that bridge if he gets to it, per the Athletic’s Jon Machota.
“I mean it is what it is…I don’t give it thought,” Prescott said. “Once that becomes real, once that time comes, I’ll have that conversation with my team and we’ll come up with a plan. Until then, I can’t let it weigh on me.”
- Prescott confirmed he won’t need shoulder surgery this offseason for an injury he sustained late in 2019: “It’s good. It’s improving every day. It’s better. We’re good.” (Machota)
- Cowboys TE Jason Witten says he’s talked to new HC Mike McCarthy and stayed in touch with owner Jerry Jones about returning to play another year in 2020: “But I realize I’m a free agent too in March. Any time a new staff comes together, I’ve played a long time, so I realize that may mean somewhere else too.” (Machota)
- According to Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline, Titans CB Logan Ryan has been mentioned as a potential free-agent target for the Eagles. Ryan would be a solid upgrade while also costing a rung below the top market options.
- FootballScoop reports that Marshall DBs coach Mike Treier has accepted a position on Giants’ new HC Joe Judge‘s staff.