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Cowboys Interviewing Multiple Assistant Coaches

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David Moore from the DMN is reporting that one of the best offensive linemen in NFL history, Bruce Matthews, interviewed for an assistant offensive line position with Hudson Houck today. Matthews is a Hall of Famer who was nominated for 14 consecutive Pro Bowls and made the All Pro team nine times. The Houston Chronicle writes that because Matthews "represents everything that's good and professional about football players" and that the Texans need to keep him.

Former Cowboys tight end Dan Campbell is also being brought in for a second interview tomorrow. Campbell, an offensive coaching intern for the Dolphins last year with an emphasis on the offensive line, already visited Valley Ranch last Tuesday. Campbell was a teammate of Jason Garrett with the Giants from 2000-02.

In a related story, Charean Williams from the Star-Telegram is reporting that Hudson Houck is expected to have his duties expanded to include running game coordinator.

Todd Archer from ESPNDallas writes that the Cowboys are interviewing Adam Gase for the wide receivers coaching position. Gase, 32, spent the last two seasons with the Broncos as their wide receivers coach. Before moving to Denver, Gase was an offensive assistant for San Francisco in 2008 after coaching three seasons (2005-07) with Detroit, from where he has a history with Jon Kitna and Roy Williams.