"I haven't. It's there. Again, it's very disappointing, and [I'm] embarrassed about it," said Jones, who's in Indianapolis for the NFL scouting combine. "I don't want any of our players and our staff to move on from it. It should be a real motivation for everyone involved in this organization. It's even more embarrassing when you're here and you're evaluating talent."
The day before, a relaxed Garrett stood inside Lucas Oil Stadium talking about how the Cowboys' offensive line didn't play up to standards and how the running game didn't do its job in the first half of the season. He seemed determined to fix the team's problems.
Garrett has assembled a nice coaching staff led by defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, who has promised that the defense will be better in 2011. Then there's wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson, who is hands-on and demands perfection. Defensive line coach Brian Baker comes highly recommended.