Cowboys interviewing Mike Nolan for assistant job

AP

The Cowboys are still looking to replace departed defensive backs coach Jerome Henderson, and are looking at a pair of veterans.

According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys are talking to former 49ers head coach Mike Nolan and former Steelers and Giants defensive coordinator Tim Lewis.

Henderson left the Cowboys for a title, becoming the defensive passing game coordinator with the Falcons.

Nolan was the Chargers’ linebackers coach last year, and hasn’t coached the secondary. He spent four years as the 49ers’ head coach and has three stints as a coordinator since then, with the Broncos, Dolphins and Falcons.