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Michael John McCarthy (born November 10, 1963) is an American football coach who is the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). From 2006 to 2018 he was the head coach of the Green Bay Packers. In 2011 he led the team to a win in Super Bowl XLV over his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers. He was previously the offensive coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
Mike McCarthy is American football head coach of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys. Born Michael John McCarthy on Nov. 10, 1963, he grew up one of five children in the Irish-Catholic family of father Joe and mother Ellen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended Bishop Boyle High School and graduated college at Baker University. McCarthy holds over 25 years of NFL coaching experience, as both assistant and head coach. Prior to joining the Cowboys in 2020, McCarthy was head coach of the Green Bay Packers for 12 years, where he led the team to 9 playoff appearances and a win in Super Bowl XLV. McCarthy's family includes wife Jessica and their five children. Throughout the years, the family has immersed themselves in the local community and beyond through charitable donations and participation in numerous philanthropic events. The McCarthy Family Foundation was founded to help support such efforts, which have included the American Family Children's Hospital in Wisconsin, the MVP Foundation, and the Green Bay Police Foundation.
The Dallas Cowboys named Mike McCarthy the ninth head coach in franchise history on Jan. 8, 2020, handing the reigns of the team to an innovative offensive mind with a championship pedigree. (Source: www.dallascowboys.com)
The Dallas Cowboys have lost three of their last four games. They'll attempt to get back on track without their head coach available. (Source: www.nfl.com)
Gronk has done it all in his NFL career but a 100-yard effort in Week 12 has the Bucs TE thinking about breaking a record held by HOF TE Tony Gonzalez. (Source: www.nfl.com)