Cowboys Coaching Staff Filling in Nicely

The Cowboys have been working hard since their season ended, trying to fill coaching and staff positions early in the offseason. After former Cowboys head coach took over operations for the Dolphins, a four coaches left to join him in Miami. 

The Cowboys brought back some familiar faces with Dave Campo and Hudson Houck. Campo spent over a decade with the Cowboys before being fired in 2002. Many of those years were very successful when he coached the defense, prior to being named head coach. Hudson Houck led the offensive line from 1993-2001, what were glory years for the Cowboys.

Hopefully all the pieces are falling into place. Some critics believe the only coaches that matter are the head coach and the offensive and defensive coordinators. I disagree with this, I think every person counts and has an effect on the team, even the smallest roles. These could be the leaders of a dynasty in the making.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.   -John Quincy Adams

 

2008 Coaching Staff for the Dallas Cowboys

Wade Phillips – Head Coach

 

Offense:

Jason Garrett – Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator

Hudson Houck - Offensive Line 

Ray Sherman – Wide Receivers

John Garrett – Tight Ends

Skip Peete – Running Backs

Wade Wilson – Quarterbacks

Wesley Phillips – Offensive Assistant/Quality Control

 

Defense:

Brian Stewart – Defensive Coordinator

Todd Grantham – Defensive Line

Dave Campo – Secondary 

Reggie Herring – Linebackers

Dat Nguyen – Assistant Linebackers/ Defensive Quality Control 

       

Specialty:

Bruce Read – Special Teams

Joe Juraszek – Strength and Conditioning 

 

Comments
  1. Dat Nguyen is a coach now. Haha nice. I loved him when he played, always thought he was a good linebacker

  2. irvin

    man um hungry

  3. Cowboy

    I believe the addition of Dave Campo to the coaching staff was an excellent move on the part of Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. We tend to blame Campo for all those unproductive seasons the Cowboys had under his tenure as head coach but the truth is that the Cowboys were in a financial (salary cap) bind of which Campo had no control over, hell we didn’t even have a legitimate quarterback. For the nonbelievers or those that dislike Campo I say, give the guy a chance, remember he did help the Cowboys win a couple of Super Bowls, better yet, just keep your eyes wide open for huge improvements to the secondary, this area has certainly been of great concern throughout the years dating back to the departure of Darren Woodson.

  4. I think its stacking up very nicely.
    Thrilled to have Campo back. Who doesn’t want to see Dat Nguyen working with the Cowboys? Hudson Houck is another great addition.