For the second time in his career, Dave Campo is being sent packing from Dallas.
Campo will not be retained as the Cowboys’ secondary coach, the Star-Telegram reports.
The 64-year-old Campo has spent 18 seasons in two stints with the Cowboys. Jimmy Johnson brought him along in 1989 to be the Cowboys’ secondary coach, the same title he had held under Johnson with the Miami Hurricanes. He was promoted to defensive coordinator in 1995, then promoted again to head coach in 2000. He was fired as head coach after the 2002 season, having gone 5-11 in each of his three seasons.
After time as an assistant in Cleveland and Jacksonville, Campo was brought back to Dallas as secondary coach in 2008.
The rest of the Cowboys’ coaching staff is expected to remain intact.