Historians will remember February 23rd, 2018 for many different reasons, but the most important is obviously that the Dallas Cowboys cemented their coaching staff. Right?
The Dallas Cowboys have officially finalized their coaching staff today. Here's the formal announcement on the entire staff: pic.twitter.com/Z72koYTYia— Brandon George (@DMN_George) February 23, 2018
There are eight coaches who are making their Cowboys debut in 2018, four of which come on offense where Scott Linehan seems to really be calling the shots now.
Perhaps the newest coach in silver and blue with the highest level of intrigue though is Kris Richard who will be the team’s passing game coordinator and defensive backs coach, essentially the replacement for Matt Eberflus who left to be the Colts defensive coordinator.
One of the newest names to appear on this list you might not be aware of is Marks Paul who will be working with the team for the purposes of strength and conditioning. If you’re at all tentative about him, Cowboys legend Daryl Johnston did what he could to put you at ease.
Cowboys finalize staff by hiring Giants strength coach https://t.co/TIBGp6YeLD via @ProFootballTalk. FYI, Markus is a Mike Woicik disciple. Mike has 6 SB rings and Markus has 5. Man games missed by Giant players is a direct result of the CBA, not Strength Coach. No time to train!— Daryl Johnston (@DarylJohnston) February 23, 2018
We did it, people. We have a coaching staff. Let the games begin.