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Report: Cowboys Nearing Deal With Asst. Secondary Coach

Joe Baker was let go as the Bucs' secondary coach last month

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The Dallas Cowboys spent Senior Bowl week looking not only for potential draft picks, but also a second secondary coach to assist the newly hired Jerome Henderson--and now it appears that they may be close to signing one.

According to ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys are nearing a deal with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ secondary coach Joe Baker. Baker was let go by the Bucs when they began cleaning house last month, and was a college teammate of head coach Jason Garrett while at Princeton.

In all likelihood, the signing of Baker (if the team does, in fact, sign Baker) will complete the Cowboys’ new-look coaching staff.

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