New Redskins offensive line coach Bill Callahan believes the Cowboys are in good hands with his replacement, Frank Pollack.
Pollack played under Callahan at Northern Arizona in the late 1980s, and served the last two seasons as Callahan’s assistant offensive line coach with the Cowboys. He was promoted when Callahan departed Dallas to take over as O-line coach in Washington.
“He brings a lot to the table,” Callahan said of Pollack, per ESPN Dallas. “He’s experienced. He knows the position as well as anybody across the league. He has done a great job with the players. I have always felt confident in giving him a drill, taking it and rolling with ideas off of him. He’s got a creative aspect that he will bring to the table. He is a good technician. He can analyze technique. He can fix problems.
“If there is any issue he’s experienced enough to fix it or rectify it. That’s big in coaching: your ability to fix problems and find solutions. That goes a long way. You have got to have that ability and he certainly has it.”
This year, Pollack will work with new assistant Steve Loney, who last worked in the NFL in 2013, as the offensive line coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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