My story: What we learned from the Cowboys as they head into the offseason

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett does his thing (Associated Press)

The Cowboys finished up minicamp today, and it got a little chippy at the end. That’s cool. It was intense. Coach Jason Garrett and his guys ended on a positive note, and there was a lot to like.

I may be in Philadelphia now, but I’ve spent a ton of time during this offseason in Dallas. I live there now, so I’ll be spending even more time. Anyway, as the ‘Boys wrap up their offseason it’s starting to take shape what they’ll look like in 2012.

The thing that jumps out to me the most is that not only is QB Tony Romo saying all the right things, but he’s also in a serious position to succeed with the talent around him. On defense, it’s the same for coordinator Rob Ryan. He finally gets the time to install his schemes.

I discussed all of this in my NFL.com story about the Cowboys as they head into the offseason.

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