A lot of decisions have been made over the last week with regards to the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff; that will happen with a new man in charge. Mike McCarthy is the one calling the shots from the big office at The Star in Frisco and we’ve seen a lot of his intentions already. Early on Monday we learned that Scott McCurley will reportedly join the staff and before the evening was over (in fact before the National Championship began) we learned of someone who will not be on it.
According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, Mike Woicik will not return as the team’s strength and conditioning coach.
After spending the last nine years as Cowboys director of strength and conditioning in his second tour with the franchise, Mike Woicik will not return on Mike McCarthy’s staff, according to sources. Woicik has six Super Bowl rings, three with the Cowboys and three with the New England Patriots.
“The last nine years” obviously falls squarely in line with Jason Garrett’s time as the Dallas Cowboys head coach considering the last nine years was literally his entire tenure. There is always turnover when a new regime takes over and we are seeing that play out.
Obviously we do not know who Mike McCarthy is intending to fill Woicik’s role, but one thing is clear, he is starting to fill out the staff with people that he prefers.