It is the time of year for the Dallas Cowboys to finalize their coaching staff which is something that we have seen them do since the season ended. There are a few new faces on the defensive side of the ball and just Wednesday morning it was announced that Aden Durde will be manning the defensive line in 2021. Another role was seemingly filled on Wednesday. ESPN reported that the Cowboys are promoting Harold Nash Jr. to be their strength and conditioning coordinator.
The Cowboys will promote Harold Nash Jr. to their strength and conditioning coordinator, replacing Markus Paul, who tragically passed away last season. Nash was Detroit’s head strength coach from 2016-18 after five years running New England’s strength department (2011-15).— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) January 20, 2021
As Todd Archer notes, Harold Nash Jr. will take the role that Marks Paul held before he tragically passed away just before Thanksgiving. The head of strength and conditioning is someone that works very frequently with the players on a daily basis, so Nash’s experience with Detroit and New England is certainly something that we all are hoping does him well with the Cowboys.
Things are just about set along the staff for the Cowboys which means it is time to focus on preparations for free agency and the draft.