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in several losses the past two seasons. The Cowboys finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs both times. Callahans

Miko Grimes says what she is thinking, and once again the content of her Twitter account has set off a firestorm of criticism. . This time, she used of the word Jew as an adjective and alleged that there is religious collusion in the Dolphins front office, prompting other NFL types to publicly call her out.Im certainly not here to defend her offensive wording. (And she later attempted to walk back the idea she intended to that language as a slur). Heres my issue: Shes in the sports section of the news because shes married to Buccaneers cornerback Brent Grimes. Too often shes used as a stand-in for all athlete spouses for those who claim they should all sit down and be quiet.Miko Grimes is an outlier when it comes to her speech, and she really shouldnt be looked to as a model athlete spouse. She visited us on ESPN Radios The Trifecta and said that she had been in attack mode with the Dolphins, who had cut her husband from the roster, and was looking forward to getting out of that mood. Clearly it hasnt happened yet.The NFL doesnt pay her; shes not a team employee. Like it or not, she can use her voice and suffer the consequences when she crosses the line. Men and women may be married, but theyre still their own people. You may hope that spouses support each other more in their endeavors, but expecting her to be fined or censured, or to say that she is an example of why spouses shouldnt speak -- is just silly.Other things on my mind this week:Jennifer Aniston blasted the ridiculous standards women are held to in an opinion piece for the Huffington Post on Tuesday.The objectification and scrutiny we put women through is absurd and disturbing, she wrote.So true!I was possibly the only woman of my generation who didnt watch Friends. I lived in New York when the show was airing and didnt own a TV, but the glimpses I caught didnt look like the NYC I knew. Still, there was no escaping Aniston or her haircut. I always appreciate it, however, when men and women can shine a light on the issues in their world.Thank goodness she used her platform to say some very important things about women and motherhood and tabloid journalism, such as this:Heres where I come out on this topic: We are complete with or without a mate, with or without a child. We get to decide for ourselves what is beautiful when it comes to our bodies. That decision is ours and ours alone. Lets make that decision for ourselves and for the young women in this world who look to us as examples.Again, yes!Then this week I was catching up on episodes of MTVs hilarious Ladylike (please watch one if you havent) and was repeatedly subjected to Aveenos Absolutely Ageless spot starring ... Aniston.My advice for looking younger, longer? Aniston asks.Its useless to expect humans to be perfectly consistent. Celebrities make money by endorsing products, and yes, this ad very clearly uses Anistons youthful appearance to sell night cream to crusty old broads like me. I want to embrace her message without feeling the urge to put goop on my face so that I look like her.Im beginning to fear that this story about Pokemon Go players at the Holocaust Museum may be all you need to know about our current culture. When a virtual world replaces the sanctity of a place in the real world, we should notice.Depositions that were unsealed this week alleged that Joe Paterno was aware of sexual abuse by Jerry Sandusky as far back as 1976. Paterno, who died in 2012, cant defend himself, but as more and more information emerges, theres no reason to discuss returning Paternos statue to the Penn State campus, writes Mike Jensen.Several people were arrested for threatening police officers via social media in the wake of the shootings in Dallas. Its important that speech online is considered real speech. And the man who sent this tweet had a point.? Chad Johnson will coach wide receivers for the Browns during training camp. Insert obligatory comment about, if the NFL really took domestic violence seriously, theyd see how discordant this is.A one-hour delay in the age of Twitter? Nancy Armour discusses how weird it is not to broadcast the Olympic opening ceremonies live.Did you read Sarah Spains That What She Said column?about athlete activism? You should. . Anthony Davis had 31 points and 17 rebounds in his seventh straight game with more than 20 points, but that was only enough to keep the Pelicans competitive into the final minutes. Andrew Bogut had 10 points and 15 rebounds for Golden State, which rebounded from a loss a night earlier in Oklahoma City and snapped a two-game skid. . Peter Gammons, an analyst for Major League Baseballs network and website, drew the ire of hockey fans on Sunday when he criticized the two NHL teams on Twitter for their physical game the night before. . Just as Montreal was settling into the first full working week of a new year, the Impact announced the appointment of their new head coach. IRVING, Texas -- Bill Callahan is replacing coach Jason Garrett as the play-caller for the Dallas Cowboys. So said owner Jerry Jones on Tuesday. Even Callahan himself confirmed it. All of which served only to get Garrett to dig in a little deeper in his refusal to publicly acknowledge a change in the role hes had since Jones hired him as offensive co-ordinator in 2007. "There is no real advantage for us to reveal whos calling the plays explicitly, and how were going to do it, in early June," Garrett said. "Its just the way I feel about it. We have a plan in place. Weve had a plan in place for a long, long time. I dont want to get into that plan much further than I already have." Garrett kept play-calling duties when he replaced head coach Wade Phillips halfway through the 2010 season. Jones wanted Phillips to be the defensive play-caller when he hired him, and he wanted the same for Garrett on the offensive side. But Jones dropped the first hint during Senior Bowl practices in January that a change was in the works. He even specifically mentioned Callahan, who called plays for the Oakland Raiders as offensive co-ordinator and head coach from 1998 to 2003. Callahan, who is offensive co-ordinator and offensive line coach, has consistently deferred to Garrett when the topic came up this off-season, but finally relented when told that Jones had said the decision to let Callahan call plays was made weeks ago. Callahan looked to be the one calling plays during off-season workouts, and Jones said anyone "looking at practice ... can get a pretty good idea of how its going there." "Its a real honour and a great responsibility," Callahan said. "Im flattered to be part of this and take on the additional responsibilities of calling the plays in the course of the game." Garrett has faced the question of whether he would give up play-calling duties because of poor game management decisions in several losses the past two seasons. The Cowboys finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs both times. Callahans offence had a rough season in his debut with the Raiders, but finished no worse than eighth in points and yards per attempt each of the next four years. Callahan also spent four years as head coach at Nebraska. "I think hes an outstanding coach with the kind of experience that I really think is good for us right now," Jones said. "The fact that he has been head coach, college, as well as in the NFL, you bring all of that to bear." Garrett said his refusal to announce the change had nothing to do with whether he agreed with it. "Im completely on board with all decisions we make," Garrett said. "We make collective decisions in this organization. We always have and we always will." While playfully acknowledging that he wasnt thrilled with his owner revealing the play-calling decision, Garrett said his relationship with Jones has never been better. "Hes an outstanding owner because he cares a great deal about this football team and making the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys great," Garrett said. "When youre in an environment like that, working for a guy like that, the pedal is down and thats a good thing. The pedal is down for all of us." Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys ChinaCheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '