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The Dallas Cowboys are in the process of finalizing their coaching staff for 2013. Today, they took a couple of more steps in that direction.
The Dallas Cowboys added a coach and moved a coach, all in an effort to complete the 2013 staff. Wes Phillips, who was assisting with the offensive line last year has been named tight ends coach. In his place, the Cowboys hired Frank Pollack to assist Bill Callahan and the offensive line.
Wes Phillips has managed to make a name on his own with the Cowboys, staying with the team even after his father was fired. He spent four years as quality control coach before assisting the offensive line for the last two years. He's now responsible for finding Jason Witten some help at the position, the prime candidate being James Hanna.
Frank Pollack was with Oakland last year, before that he coached at Houston. Pollack played in the NFL for eight seasons, mostly with the 49ers. In an interesting note, he played for Bill Callahan at Northern Arizona back in the 80s.
Now, we're just waiting on a running back coach, long-rumored to be Sam Gash, but that has yet to be formally announced, so we'll see what happens there.