This article is one of many articles talking about re-enabling some dinosaur features in chicken.
I don't know a lot about genetics or paleontology. Most articles I've found about the subject use some form of argument from authority:
People have told Jack Horner he’s crazy before, but he has always turned out to be right.
Is this something that's actually possible (not only theoretically possible)? Is the reporting accurate?
Edit: thanks to commenters making my question more specific.
Is it realistic to expect chickens with some useful dinosaur features (e.g. if they have dinosaur tail they can use it to balance - it's not just meat) in the next 20 years? Are there any premises suggesting that those chickens will be able to breed and pass on the dinosaur characteristics?