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Woicik’s return pumps up Cowboys

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Maybe the Cowboys’ window won’t close if they’re strong enough to hold it open.

Lost in the lockout was the return of Mike Woicik to serve as the team’s strength and conditioning coach, 15 years after leaving with a trio of Super Bowl rings.  During his absence, the Cowboys won only one postseason game.  Woicik, however, won another three with the Patriots.

In 2011, Woicik couldn’t do much to help the Cowboys in the offseason program, because there was no offseason program.  This year, his efforts are producing results.

“Coach Woicik and his staff did a great job with us,” defensive end Jason Hatcher recently told Brent Shirley of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, via NBCDFW.com.  “I watched my body change.  Everybody looked like they were in great shape.”

So maybe if the players, thanks to Woicik’s return, are back to looking like more like Tarzan, maybe they’ll be playing a little less like Jane — especially in the games that count the most.

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6 Responses to “Woicik’s return pumps up Cowboys”
  1. SmurfJuice says: Jul 3, 2012 10:57 PM

    Wait… Dallas still has a football team?

  2. tnsteve says: Jul 3, 2012 10:58 PM

    Dude’s got 6 SB rings? Gotta wonder what the record is and who has it.

  3. dante32278 says: Jul 3, 2012 11:37 PM

    Oh Cowboys….every year its a different reason…now its the strength coach was missing. You are pro athletes, pretty sure you know how to get a workout going by now!

  4. blackqbwhiterb says: Jul 4, 2012 12:15 AM

    Great little jab at the Cowpokes, Florio!!

  5. rwhited2 says: Jul 4, 2012 9:38 AM

    Florio, I’m a Cowboys fan, and that Tarzan/Jane reference just made me shoot pepsi out of my nose…. Great viewpoint. So true!

  6. lionsownyou says: Jul 4, 2012 11:55 AM

    He looks a lot like the caveman from those insurance commercials

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