Carlos A. Mendez @calexmendez
Sources are talking up Kiffen. Sign that this is as good as done. IMO.
Great job by @NFLCharean
tracking down some former Bucs to talk about Kiffin. Now we need a @WarrenSapp
mike fisher @fishsports
source tells me: 'Why hire guys who learned the 4-3 from Kiffin when you can just hire Kiffin himself?’
My USC guy who is not a Kiffin lover concedes that coach worked *** off every day at practice. Teacher, hands-on, big energy. #Cowboys
Clarence Hill @clarencehilljr
Last time Kiffen coached Bucs in 2008. his D had 22 INT"s and 29 sacks. Allowed 20.2 points a game. Only allowed 3 300+ yard
Per a source, Jerry has expressed an interest in getting back to the fundamentals. They don't get more technique oriented than Monte
Todd Archer @toddarcher
I don't see a big switch in a move by Cowboys from 3-4 to 4-3. Was harder to go from 4-3 to 3-4 IMO
Charean Williams @NFLCharean
I covered Monte Kiffin 4 years when he was DC of the Bucs under Dungy. Defense ranked top 10 in points all but 1 yr. in his 13 there
I have never been around a more enthusiastic coach than Kiffin. He and Jerome Henderson would hit it off.
Rafael Vela @CowboysNation1
From stories today it appears Ray Horton is being held to the 1 yr on his Cards contract, whether he's HC or DC. Dallas not getting shot
Bob Sturm @SportsSturm
I must admit, on the Mt Rushmore of modern day defensive minds, Monte Kiffin is prominently displayed. Few have caused the chaos he has.
He is proven and decorated. Gave the Favre-Packers bigger fits than anyone in NFC-C days. Wonder if the fire burns bright. If so, not bad.