At the introduction of the new look coaching staff at Valley Ranch last week, the Dallas Cowboys made clear that they intended on finding another secondary coach to assist new hire Jerome Henderson. This week, the Cowboys are looking at potential candidates for the position at the Senior Bowl in Mobile.
"We'll continue that process," head coach Jason Garrett said, per ESPN Dallas. "We want to make sure, whoever you bring into the organization, you go through the right process to evaluate them and see how they fit."
The Cowboys’ secondary was coached by the tandem of Dave Campo and Brett Maxie last season. Campo wasn’t asked to return in 2012, while Maxie was offered a new contract but left to join the Tennessee Titans’ staff, where he’ll have a more autonomous role as the team’s only secondary coach.
Most likely, Dallas is looking for a young coach, who can be acquired on the cheap and learn under the auspices of defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, who is helping Garrett in the interview process, and Henderson.
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