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Cowboys Looking At Two Candidates For Special Teams Job

Bruce DeHaven and Alan Lowry both have experience coaching the Cowboys' special teams unit



    The pool of candidates for the Dallas Cowboys’ vacant special teams coordinator job has reportedly been narrowed to two.

    According to ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys are looking at Alan Lowry and Bruce DeHaven--both of whom have some experience coaching special teams in Dallas--as potential replacements for Joe DeCamillis, who left Dallas last week to join the Chicago Bears’ staff.

    Lowry was let go by the Tennessee Titans this offseason after 11 seasons with the team, and has also spent time with Dallas--from 1982-1990--Tampa Bay and San Francisco. DeHaven began his NFL coaching career in 1987 with the Buffalo Bills. Since then he’s worked with the 49ers, Cowboys--as the special teams coach, from 2003-2006--Seahawks and Bills.

    The special teams job is one of three vacancies remaining on the new-look Dallas staff.

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