The cowboys’ Mike McCarthy is ready to coach now that he has healed from surgery.

Mike McCarthy, the coach of the Dallas Cowboys, is back at The Star two days after having surgery to remove his appendix.

He said he hopes to be in the sidelines calling plays against the Philadelphia Eagles at home on Sunday.

McCarthy said on his planned conference call Friday, “I feel good and expect everything to stay normal Sunday night.”

Pollard said, “It was a cool little entrance.” He also said that he was glad his coach was health because “it’s greater than football.”

McCarthy came back to the Cowboys in style. Tony Pollard, a running back, says that 50 Cent’s “Many Men” had begun when the coach walked into the meeting with the team for the very first time since the beginning of the week.

McCarthy said that he believed he had been sick with a stomach bug for about a week. He went to the hospital and was told he had appendicitis when he got to the facility on Wednesday.

He then met with head sports trainer Jim Maurer. After a few hours, McCarthy had surgery. He met virtually with staff as well as players on Thursday.

By Wednesday evening, he had talked to assistant coaches and Dak Prescott, the quarterback.

He said that on Friday and Saturday, he will keep an eye on his work to make sure there are no problems.

“I’m sure I’m experiencing anticipated soreness on Day 2 post-op,” said McCarthy, adding, “Since my release in the hospital, I have remained fully engaged within the game plan.”

McCarthy said he doesn’t need any more medical authorization to coach from the stands, but he will pay more attention when players are coming toward them during plays.

McCarthy needed medical help after getting severe appendicitis on Wednesday. He had surgery to fix the problem.

The process went well, and McCarthy’s coordinating assistants ran practice on Wednesday while waiting for the coach to return for Sunday’s important game against the Eagles, who are in the same division.

“You always miss the guys,” McCarthy said about not being able to see practice. “Being away is hard because you miss the players and coaches.

The only meeting I missed for the game plan was a short-yardage as well as goal line.” We had already gone over the red zone on Tuesday night, so I wasn’t worried about miss any of the game plan.

But yes, you don’t want to be anywhere else. I was glad to be back. It really felt great to walk in here today.

There were no real people there. Even though it was online, we got all that done that we usually do on Thursday nights.

The Cowboys’ offense has been so explosive this season thanks to McCarthy. In fact, Dak Prescott has been in the running for NFL Most Valuable Player after throwing for 250 yards or more in six of their last seven games and having a 21-2 touchdown-to-interception ratio during that time.

He was on the phone and Zoom calls right away after surgery to get ready for Sunday’s game toward the Philadelphia Eagles over first place in the NFC East.

The grumpy Cowboys coach didn’t want to be wished well or handed kid gloves, just as Dak Prescott, the quarterback, said he would be. In that time, Dallas has only lost once, to Philadelphia 28–23 in early November.

“Yes, of course. Hey, you can’t talk to Mike without… Schottenheimer said, “He’ll talk about either football or Pittsburgh.”

“I guess football came up, but I don’t know if Pittsburgh did. Pittsburgh would have come up if I had talked to him longer… I had to leave because I had other things to do.”

Schottenheimer said, “The way we plan, we accomplish a lot of things early.” “We load stuff up front.” Monday and Tuesday are first and second down, or third down if you will, which is great.

He has been really active. He’s in good mood. You should always like it when he has a lot of ideas when you call him. What do you guys think about this? When I see that, I know he’s happy.