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With Matt Eberflus leaving, the Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with Kris Richard to be their defensive passing game coordinator, sources confirmed.

Richard spent the previous three seasons as the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive coordinator but was a surprise dismissal after the 2017 season by head coach Pete Carroll. Eberflus, the Cowboys linebackers coach since 2011, is expected to become defensive coordinator with the Indianapolis Colts once Josh McDaniels is named head coach following Super Bowl LII.

Eberflus was given the passing game coordinator title last season, during which he effectively managed the back seven of the defense and relayed the calls by coordinator Rod Marinelli, who also runs the defensive line.

Richard helped develop the famed “Legion of Boom” secondary with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor, before becoming the coordinator after Dan Quinn left to be head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.

The Cowboys run a similar scheme as that of the Seahawks; but with young secondary players including Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis, Xavier Woods, Byron Jones and Jeff Heath, Richard can help their development.

The Cowboys also need a linebackers coach and have interviewed John Pagano.They are close to hiring Kellen Moore as quarterbacks coach. And they are expected to keep Gary Brown as running backs coach.

Dallas already has hired Paul Alexander (offensive line) and Sanjay Lal (wide receivers), and it is looking at Keith O’Quinn as special-teams coach. The tight ends job remains open.

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With Matt Eberflus leaving, the Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with Kris Richard to be their defensive passing game coordinator, sources confirmed.

Richard spent the previous three seasons as the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive coordinator but was a surprise dismissal after the 2017 season by head coach Pete Carroll. Eberflus, the Cowboys linebackers coach since 2011, is expected to become defensive coordinator with the Indianapolis Colts once Josh McDaniels is named head coach following Super Bowl LII.

Eberflus was given the passing game coordinator title last season, during which he effectively managed the back seven of the defense and relayed the calls by coordinator Rod Marinelli, who also runs the defensive line.

Richard helped develop the famed “Legion of Boom” secondary with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor, before becoming the coordinator after Dan Quinn left to be head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.

The Cowboys run a similar scheme as that of the Seahawks; but with young secondary players including Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis, Xavier Woods, Byron Jones and Jeff Heath, Richard can help their development.

The Cowboys also need a linebackers coach and have interviewed John Pagano.They are close to hiring Kellen Moore as quarterbacks coach. And they are expected to keep Gary Brown as running backs coach.

Dallas already has hired Paul Alexander (offensive line) and Sanjay Lal (wide receivers), and it is looking at Keith O’Quinn as special-teams coach. The tight ends job remains open.

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When the Dallas Cowboys are at their best, they like to say they play complementary football in which all three phases contribute.

Sunday’s 33-19 win against the Washington Redskins was the perfect example.

Ezekiel Elliott finished with 150 yards on a career-high 33 carries and had two more rushing touchdowns as the Cowboys’ offensive line controlled the tempo so well Dak Prescott did not need to do much with his arm (143 passing yards).

After giving up points on their first three drives, the Cowboys’ defense was able to sack Kirk Cousins four times, including one in the third quarter by DeMarcus Lawrence to give him 10.5 on the season and at least one sack in the first seven games. They also limited Washington to 49 rushing yards.

But it was a special teams’ play that changed the tenor of the game.

Staring at a 16-7 deficit late in the second quarter, Tyrone Crawford blocked a 36-yard field goal attempt by Nick Rose. Orlando Scandrick returned the block 90 yards to the Washington 4-yard line. Two plays later, Elliott had his second rushing touchdown of the game for a 14-13 lead.

It was the first of three fumble by the Redskins that let the Cowboys slowly take control of the game.

On the sixth play of the second half, Crawford sacked Cousins and forced a fumble that Lawrence recovered. The Cowboys were able to turn that into the first of four second-half field goals by Mike Nugent, their new kicker, filling in for Dan Bailey.

On the ensuing kickoff, Keith Smith forced a fumble on returner Chris Thompson that Bene Benwikere recovered. The Cowboys turned that into a 48-yard field goal and a 20-13 lead.

The lead grew to 26-13 before Washington made it interesting with a touchdown with 4:35 to play but then the Cowboys simply wore down the Redskins’ defense with more Elliott and a key third-down conversion from Dez Bryant to chew up more than three minutes.

It was fitting the Cowboys ended the threat of a Washington comeback when Byron Jones intercepted a Cousins’ pass that was deflected by David Irving and returned it for a touchdown. The last time the Cowboys had an interception return for a touchdown was Rolando McClain in 2015.

That was complementary football at its best.

“When you look at us last year when we went on the run, there was great complementary football,” linebacker Sean Lee said. “We were helping each other, being able to get stops and turnovers for the offense and playing well together. That’s something we have to continue to do going forward. We’ve done a better job these last two weeks.”

For the first time this season, the Cowboys have won back-to-back games and, most important, they were able to stay within shot of the 7-1 Philadelphia Eagles with their second NFC East win of the season.

Later this week, the Cowboys could learn if they will have Elliott for the rest of the season, pending his preliminary injunction hearing in New York on Monday.

If they don’t have their leading rusher for six games, either starting this week against the Kansas City Chiefs or the following week at the Atlanta Falcons, they at least can point to this formula for success.

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The goal coming into the season for the Dallas Cowboys’ defense was to create 40 takeaways.

Never mind that no team has reached that figure since 2012 when the Chicago Bears (44) and New England Patriots (41); the Cowboys were aiming high.

Through five games, they have three takeaways, putting them on pace for 10 on the season.

“The biggest thing we want to do is just keep focusing on what we need to do to get those takeaways and how we can coach it better, how we can execute it better,” coach Jason Garrett said. “We focus on that each and every day, and obviously takeaways are a big part of being a successful defense. We’ve done a good job of that in the past, and it really helps our football team. Obviously, by nature you’re eliminating an opportunity for one of their eight, 10, 12 drives in the game. You’re taking one of them away, and you’re giving your offense hopefully a favorable opportunity. We place a great premium on that, and we’ll continue try to do better at it.”

During the portion of practice open to the media on Thursday, defensive backs and linebackers went through drills designed to simulate interceptions and forcing fumbles.

But what if all the drills in the world don’t lead to more takeaways?

“You can continue to coach it differently in practice, you can address it in the meeting room with tape, you can give other guys opportunities to do some of the things the guys on the field at the time aren’t doing,” Garrett said. “You evaluate everything. How you coach, how you play and we’re going to continue to place a premium on it because it makes a big difference in winning and losing in this league, and it has for a long time.”

The Cowboys’ defense has gone 213 snaps without a takeaway. Late in the third quarter of their 42-17 loss to the Denver Broncos, rookie cornerback Jourdan Lewis intercepted Trevor Siemian. There have been 213 offensive plays since that takeaway by the Cowboys’ opponents without a turnover.

“Can’t think of it now,” Lewis said. “Just got to try and go get them right now.”

“It’s one of our main points,” safety Byron Jones said. “It’s hard to win the old-fashioned way and just play good defense the entire time. You’ve got to take the ball away. You’ve got to make a splash play.”

The Cowboys have had what defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli calls “missed opps,” but not even enough of those. They missed a chance at a fumble by Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff after a DeMarcus Lawrence sack. They have had a couple of potential interceptions fall incomplete.

“Once one comes, you hope there is more to come, that there’s more to follow,” Jones said. “But we’ve got to get one first. We’ve got to get one.”

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FRISCO, Texas — Cornerback Orlando Scandrick will not play Sunday against the Denver Broncos because of a broken hand, but the Dallas Cowboys hope he will be able to return Sept. 25 against the Arizona Cardinals.

Scandrick ran Friday for the first time since the surgery Monday night to repair a fractured third metacarpal. When he returns, he will likely wear extra padding that will be sewn into his glove. In 2014, DeMarco Murray did not miss a game after he had surgery to repair a broken fifth metacarpal.

Scandrick played just nine snaps in the Cowboys’ season-opening win against the New York Giants before injuring his hand in the second quarter.

Anthony Brown will replace Scandrick in the starting lineup and rookie Chidobe Awuzie will serve as the third cornerback. Fellow rookie Jourdan Lewis, who has been slowed by a strained hamstring since the start of training camp, could be active for the first time. The Cowboys also could look to Bene Benwikere as their fourth corner.

Wide receiver Terrance Williams was limited Friday in his first practice of the week and is officially listed as questionable. Williams has not missed a game in his career (65 straight) and missed the first two practices of his career on Wednesday and Thursday. He suffered the injury on the opening snap against the Giants but was able to lead the Cowboys with 68 receiving yards on six catches.

Safety Byron Jones was limited for the second straight practice because of a groin strain, but he said he will play Sunday even though he is listed as questionable.