Cowboys to part ways with O-line coach Pollack

Free Agent Wide Receiver options for the Dallas Cowboys 1

Free Agent Wide Receiver options for the Dallas Cowboys 1

Former Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander was at the Cowboys headquarters in Frisco Thursday interviewing to replace Pollack as head of a unit once considered the best in the National Football League, according to sources. Dooley spent the past five seasons as Dallas' receivers coach after being fired as Tennessee's head coach following the 2012 season. However, the Raiders hired Indianapolis Colts running back coach Jemal Singleton for the position today.

Austin has no coaching experience on his resume, but worked in the Cowboys' scouting department the past two years.

Lal has 11 years of National Football League experience, including stints with the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Oakland Raiders before the Colts.

The Cowboys staff remains in flux.

The Bengals have had a bird's eye view of Pollack's work, first when he broke into the league as an assistant offensive line coach with Houston from 2007-2011. Former Cowboys offensive tackle Marc Colombo is also a candidate.

Pollack will join special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia, wide receivers coach Derek Dooley, quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson, secondary coach Joe Baker and tight ends coach Steve Loney as coaches not returning for the Cowboys. The Cowboys went just 9-7 and missed the playoffs this year, just one season after winning 13 games and capturing the NFC East crown.

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