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Se espera que el ex entrenador de línea ofensiva Bengals se una a Cowboys

Article Posted Mon, 15 Jan 2018

(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Rob Phillips, escritor para DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com) Read FRISCO, Texas - Se espera que el ex entrenador de línea ofensiva de los Bengals, Paul Alexander, se una al personal de los Cowboys, supuestamente para reemplazar a Frank Pollack en la supervisión de la línea ofensiva. Read

Former Longtime Bengals O-Line Coach Paul Alexander Expected To Join Staff

Article Posted Mon, 15 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Former longtime Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander is expected to join the Cowboys’ staff, presumably to replace Frank Pollack in overseeing the offensive line. Read Last week, the Cowboys parted ways with Pollack after five seasons, including the last three as offensive line coach. Pollack has been announced as the new offensive line coach in Cincinnati, the job Alexander held over the previous 23 seasons. Read

Bengals Announce Frank Pollack Joining Staff As Their New O-Line Coach

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Bengals announced that Frank Pollack, the Cowboys’ offensive line coach for the last three seasons, is joining Cincinnati’s staff in the same role. Read Reports surfaced earlier this week that the Cowboys were parting ways with Pollack as part of several changes to Jason Garrett’s coaching staff. Read

Mick Shots: No Such Thing As An Offseason In NFL, Just No-Game Season

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FIRSCO, Texas – That time of year, with the Cowboys already “gone fishing,” we sit back to watch the rest of the playoffs. That is, if you can stomach watching all these games. Read          So from the first round of the postseason this past weekend, here is what stood out to me as of utmost importance if you are going to win in the playoffs. Read          First, better score. With the exception of the Jags beatings the Bills, the other three first-round winners scored at least 22 points, with the Saints and Falcons a high of 31 and 26, respectively. Read

Cowboys' VP Of Personnel Will McClay Officially Declines Interview With Texans

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Houston Texans don’t yet know who their next general manager will be – but it won’t be Will McClay. Read McClay, the Cowboys’ vice president of pro personnel confirmed Wednesday that he had officially declined an offer to interview for the Texans’ vacancy. McClay’s name had been circulating as a possible candidate for the job since last week, when Rick Smith took a leave of absence due to personal reasons. Read

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