Cowboys Looking At Former Fan Favorite To Fill WR Coach

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The Dallas Cowboys might need some “Hello My Name Is” name tags for their coaching staff.

It appears that the head coach and coordinators are safe for the 2018, but we are seeing the rest of the coaching staff are not.  Dallas has made plenty of moves in their coaching staff, something that had to happen with the struggles of 2018.

Fan favorite in line for Cowboys WR coach!

One of the positions looking for a new coach is at wide receiver.  Derek Dooley left the team for an offensive coordinator position at the University of Missouri.  His replacement may be a familiar face to the Cowboys and their fans.

Miles Austin appears to be in the mix for that coaching vacancy.  The former Cowboys WR has interviewed with the Cowboys for that job (via Todd Archer).

“Told Miles Austin has interviewed for the Cowboys vacant wide receiver coach spot.  Austin has worked behind the scenes in the scouting department the last two years.”

Austin is a player that would be a nice fit for the Cowboys.  He knows what it takes to have success in this league, but also knows what kind of work is needed to put in for that success.

The former Cowboys wide receiver signed as a free agent in 2006.  Leading the league in receiving yards in 2009 with 1,320 yards, while also making a pair of pro bowls in his NFL career.

As good as he was early in his career, Austin would finish his time in Dallas with a series of injuries.  He was released in 2014, following a series of nagging hamstring injuries.

Would you like to see Austin get the promotion this season?

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