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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

Gut Feeling: D-Law Aside, Which FA Should Cowboys Make Sure to Keep?

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – As the Cowboys turn their attention forward to the 2018 season, the first big step in the process involves free agency. Before the team can really focus on players from other teams, they must decide on a few of their own guys with expiring contracts. Read

Bisaccia Joins Raiders’ Staff; Oakland Interested In Gary Brown, Too?

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys officially parted ways with another assistant coach this week when new Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced Rich Bisaccia as his new special teams coordinator. Read Could Gary Brown be the next to join Gruden’s staff in Oakland? According to NFL.com, Brown is interviewing for the Raiders’ running backs coach job, the same position he has held in Dallas since 2013. Read Brown reportedly is one of several Cowboys assistants with an expiring contract. Read

Stephen Jones: All Indications Are That Will McClay Wants To Remain With Cowboys

Article Posted Mon, 8 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – While NFL clubs continue making hires for the coming year, the Cowboys aren’t concerned that Will McClay will be one of them. Read Team executive vice president Stephen Jones appeared on 105.3 FM in Dallas on Monday morning, and the very first questioned directed his way was about McClay, the Cowboys’ highly-touted vice president of personnel. Read McClay has been linked to the Houston Texans’ vacant general manager job in recent days, though Jones did not think he would ultimately leave the Cowboys’ organization. Read

Stephen Jones: Moore A Candidate For QBs Coach, But “Nothing Finalized”

Article Posted Mon, 8 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Speaking Monday on 105.3 The Fan, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Kellen Moore is a candidate to become quarterbacks coach, but a final decision has not been made. Read Unofficial reports surfaced last week that longtime quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson has an expiring contract and isn’t expected to return to the staff in 2018. Read “(Moore) is certainly a candidate,” Jones said, “and somebody we certainly think a lot of. But at the same time, there’s nothing finalized or to that.” Read

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