At the very least, one head coach from the National Football League has decided to boycott the league meetings in Las Vegas.
Mike McCarthy, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, serves as the team’s head coach. There is no explanation given, but one possibility is that the coach is researching the prospects for the NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft will take place in less than a month, and many colleges have already held their Pro Days. Pro Days are a series of events that take place throughout the year.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, McCarthy is not pleased with the fact that he is being asked questions about his workplace security regularly.
The Cowboys were defeated in the wildcard round, and McCarthy will be looking to improve on his previous performance in that round. Many pundits predicted that 2017 would be when Dallas would finally begin its long-awaited comeback.
After failing to do so, several doubts were raised about the situation during the offseason. The Cowboys have not advanced past the first round of the playoffs since 1995, and McCarthy is still in charge as head coach.
Dallas will have to reach the finals once more before they can even consider making a postseason run.