Cowboys continue minor tweaks to coaching staff


The Cowboys never made the wholesale coaching changes many expected this offseason, but they continue to tweak the staff.

According to Todd Archer of, the Cowboys named Keith O’Quinn assistant special teams coach and Kyle Valero offensive assistant.

O’Quinn had been an offensive quality control coach and assistant receivers coach, and had previously worked in pro personnel with the Browns. He replaces Chris Boniol, who left for the same job in Oakland.

Valero worked with new passing game coordinator Scott Linehan in Detroit.

8 responses to “Cowboys continue minor tweaks to coaching staff

  1. I got to beat Vikings guy to this.

    Vikings are gonna dominate the Shehawks and the rest of the NFL next year! Most talented roster ever assembled #skol

  2. This team has had too many consecutive December collapses in the last several seasons to have any credibility without first having a total reconfiguration from top down.

  3. Hope the coaching changes help! 8-8 sux as a fan of the Cowboys! BUT it doesn’t indicate the need to blow it up and start over AT ALL. That is just that sweet Cowboys hate which we fans love because the love and the hate are what has made us America’s Team!!

    Another good draft or 2, smart building of depth thru good value mid range free agents and better coaching will make the difference to get us into the playoffs! Cant do anything about our mediocre GM but he does seem to be improving some and listening to others and learning more.

    We can hope! Go Cowboys!!

  4. please no more Cowboy notes till we get a qualified GM….

    there, that should effectively kill all Cowboy Stories for a long, long, long, long time

  5. All of which seems to indicate that in a few weeks we’ll begin to see the glowing pronouncements from JJ, about how this is definitely going to be the year the Cowboys will “do it all”. So start buying your new, updated Blue Star gear, NOW!

    And so it’ll go. The Browns have the Factory of Sadness? How about that Dallas, has the “Ranch of Delusion”?

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