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Henderson Surfaces As Coaching Staff Evolves

IRVING, Texas -- With signs pointing to Dave Campo not returning as secondary coach, Jerome Henderson's name has surfaced as a possible replacement for the Cowboys' long-time assistant.

The team hasn't announced or commented on any staff changes this week, so a deal with Henderson has not been finalized. But the reports make sense; defensive coordinator Rob Ryan worked with Henderson in Cleveland and unsuccessfully sought the Browns' permission to bring him to Dallas last year.

Henderson has spent the last three seasons as the Browns' defensive backs coach, and he played eight NFL seasons on four teams from 1991-98.

The Cowboys also still have secondary coach Brett Maxie, who split duties with Campo and has been linked to interest from the Titans regarding a staff position.

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