It’s been a few weeks since the Dallas Cowboys lost their secondary coach Jerome Henderson to the Atlanta Falcons, and while they don’t have a replacement yet, they expect to have one in place before leaving for Indianapolis and the Combine next week, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News.
They have now interviewed six candidates for the job.
Those are former 49ers head coach Mike Nolan, former University of Miami head coach Al Golden (who has since taken a job as Lions’ tight ends coach), former Buccaneers secondary coach Gill Byrd, Tim Lewis and Steve Brown.
Safeties coach Joe Baker, who has been in Dallas for four years now, is also being considered.
The Combine opens next Tuesday.