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Cowboys to Meet With Pats' Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Cowboys to Meet With Pats' Strength and Conditioning Coach

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According to sources in contact with ESPN Dallas and ESPN Boston, former Cowboys’ and current New England Patriots’ strength and conditioning coach Mike Woicik could soon be headed back to Dallas.

Woicik is reportedly scheduled to fly into Dallas on Wednesday to meet with the Cowboys.

Woicik was the team’s strength and conditioning coach from 1990 through 1996, winning three Super Bowl rings with the Cowboys; after a brief sojourn to New Orleans, Woicik went to New England to join Bill Belichick’s staff, with which he won three more rings. To date, he is the only player or coach in NFL history with six Super Bowl rings.

Joe Juraszek, the Cowboys current strength & conditioning coach, has been on a leave of absence since near the end of the 2010 season. The meeting between the Cowboys and Woicik, whose contract with the Pats ended after the 2010 season, could mean that a permanent change is in the works.

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