Cowboys to interview Dave Campo for coaching position

That's right kids!  He's BACK.

Source: Campo a possibility to be Cowboys’ secondary coach


The more things change.....well, you know the rest.

And when it comes to the Cowboys and hiring assistant coaches, it appears to be business as usual.

Despite owner Jerry Jones’ comments last week that the team’s three assistant coaching openings will give coach Wade Phillips a chance to hire coaches in line with his philosophy, it still doesn’t hurt to be in line with Jones’ philosophy.

According to a source, the Cowboys have requested and received permission to speak to Jaguars assistant Dave Campo about Dallas’ vacant secondary coaching position.

Campo’s possible return to Dallas comes five years after he was fired as head coach following three straight 5-11 seasons. Campo was the defensive coordinator in Cleveland in 2003 before spending the past four years in Jacksonville as assistant head coach/secondary.

He is available because the Jaguars have hired Donnie Abraham to coach the secondary.

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