Mike McCarthy, Dallas Cowboys’ head coach, was once again fined. McCarthy was penalized $50,000 last year for his practices. This year, it has been doubled. According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, McCarthy was fined $100,000. The Cowboys also lost an organized team activity in 2023.
These are not the Cowboys news fans expected to hear, especially since minicamp just finished.
Training camp is just around the corner, and it’s clear that those physical practices are going to be intense. Only 6-7 weeks remain before the season begins.
We will have to wait and see if McCarthy learns from his mistakes.
For the second straight year Mike McCarthy was fined by the NFL for having practices that were deemed too physical, according to owner Jerry Jones. After being fined $50,000 last year, McCarthy was docked $100,000 and the Cowboys have lost an organized team activity for 2023.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) June 16, 2022
According to ESPN’s Todd Archer , the Dallas Cowboys will be without OTAs for one day next year because they violated the NFL’s collective bargaining agreements.
Dallas took part in physical exercises during OTAs this season, which the CBA prohibits teams from conducting. Mike McCarthy, Cowboys’ coach, will also be fined $100,000
This is the second consecutive year that the Cowboys have violated the league’s CBA regarding physical practices. According to ProFootballTalk , last year the team was fined $100,000 and McCarthy had to pay $50,000. Dallas lost a day this offseason due to OTAs.
This news comes just two days after the Cowboys cancelled their mandatory minicamp. According to Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News, McCarthy cancelled practice Wednesday so that the team could take part in a “dynamic event.” The players then went to Topgolf. The Cowboys cancelled Thursday’s minicamp, ending their offseason program.
Dallas Cowboys’ player Nick Ralston shares details about the team’s trip at Topgolf following a cancelled minicamp practice.The Dallas Cowboys decided Wednesday to cancel their minicamp practice to do a team bonding exercise. It was not football-related, according to Nick Ralston who ran it back .
According to Ralston’s Instagram , the Cowboys spent the day at Topgolf located in The Colony. According to Michael Gehlken , Dallas Morning News’ Mike McCarthy, the Dallas coach decided to cancel Wednesday’s practice.
This video features some major names, including Micah Parsons, Trevon Diggs, Trevon Elliott, and Trevon Elliott. They show off their skills during their minicamp day. Ralston asked which swing was the best, and several of them made a strong case for it.
Dallas held minicamp, as did many other teams, to prepare for the opening of training camps next month. The Cowboys want to improve on last season’s 12-5 record and NFC Wild Card Round loss against the San Francisco 49ers. The Cowboys also made a significant move in the offseason by trading Amari cooper_ to Cleveland Browns. Prescott, who McCarthy stated was in great shape, is now in position to target CeeDee.