Jason Garrett adds personal touch

Coach molds Cowboys in own image by building with high-motor overachievers

Updated: May 17, 2012, 1:26 AM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

Jason Garrett was the epitome of an overachiever, a dude with marginal talent who played 12 seasons in the NFL.

It's amazing, really, considering he threw just 294 passes in his career.

But Garrett lasted so long because he studied like a starter, which meant he made few mistakes in practice. And he could help on Sundays because he knew the game plan as well as the starter.

He worked hard in the weight room, never complained about his role ...

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