The Dallas Cowboys made it official with their new offensive line coach/offensive coordinator Bill Callahan and secondary coach Jerome Henderson on Thursday, officially announcing the new additions to the coaching staff.
Callahan (pictured in his stint as head coach on Nebraska) replaces retiring offensive line coach Hudson Houck, and will take over as offensive coordinator as well; Henderson will replace secondary coach Dave Campo, who, it was announced earlier in the week, will not be back in 2012. Callahan spent the 2011 season as an assistant head coach and offensive line coach for the Jets, while Henderson served as secondary coach for the Browns, his third season in that role.
The move will reunite Henderson with Rob Ryan, who worked with Henderson as the Browns’ defensive coordinator in 2009 and 2010.
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