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From the Dallas Morning News:

David Lee, who served as the quarterbacks coach last year, has interviewed with the New York Jets to become their tight ends coach, according to a source. Lee, who has been with the Cowboys since 2003, lost his quarterbacks title when Chris Palmer was brought on board last month.

From KFFL:

Ron Borges, of the Boston Globe, reports the Dallas Cowboys could hire former New England Patriots LB Vincent Brown as their new linebackers coach. Brown has been coaching high school football around Atlanta in recent years but worked for Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells as a coaching intern last summer in the league's minority development program. Parcells was impressed with Brown during the stint.

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