With Bill Callahan headed to Washington to take over the Redskins’ offensive line, the Dallas Cowboys have promoted Frank Pollack to offensive line coach.
Pollack has spent the past two seasons in Dallas as the assistant offensive line coach under Callahan. He broke into coaching in the NFL with the Texans in 2007, where he was an assistant, and spent a season as the O-line coach of the Raiders before arriving in Dallas.
Before coaching, Pollack spent eight seasons as a guard and a tackle with the 49ers and Broncos.
“I think the continuity that we’ll have at the offensive line position will be really good for our team,” head coach Jason Garrett said of the promotion. “Frank was a big contributor over the last couple of years with that group and the development of that group both individually and collectively, so we feel really good about that.”
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