Cowboys executive Will McClay signing contract extension to remain in Dallas

Any team hoping to get a shot at wooing away Will McClay from the Dallas Cowboys is out of luck, not that any had a very real shot at doing so anyway. With the NFL having seen the first Monday following the regular season feature a list of head coach and general manager firings (and one retirement), those very clubs have now pressed their right foot to the floor in requesting interviews for capable minds, and that thrust McClay’s name to the forefront of the conversation — as is usually the case for the very talented and highly coveted VP of player personnel in Dallas.

He is, however, not going anywhere anytime soon. McClay and the Cowboys are in agreement on a contract extension, the team announced on Thursday. McClay joined the organization in 2009 as a pro scouting coordinator before enjoying success and several promotions leading to his current position.

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This removes one of the best scouting and personnel minds in football from the equation of any who thought they’d get a word with him, something owner Jerry Jones has no interest in allowing to happen. Known for once famously declaring “I don’t get hand cramps when writing checks”, the Hall of Fame owner knows his bread is buttered by what…

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