Cowboys lose another scout to Raiders

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The Cowboys have lost a second scout to the Raiders.

Walter Juliff is leaving the Cowboys to join Mike Mayock’s staff, the Cowboys announced on their website. The Raiders hired Jim Abrams, formerly the Cowboys’ West Coast scout, as their director of college scouting last month.

Juliff was the only person in the scouting department who pre-dated Jerry Jones’ purchase of the team.

Juliff joined the Cowboys in 1988. He held various jobs in the scouting department, including assistant director of college and pro scouting, southeast scout and national college scout.

The Cowboys also are losing longtime personnel executive Tom Ciskowski, who is retiring. Ciskowski joined the team as a scout in 1992 and held a multitude of roles in his 28 years with the Cowboys, including running the team’s scouting department from 2008-13.

4 responses to “Cowboys lose another scout to Raiders

  1. u4iadman says:

    Had to let everyone go after they selected Dak I guess.
    ah not quite moron, the Raiders hired the scouts 2 away from the Cowboys & the other retired after many years as a scout so you are wrong on your ignorant statement, plus Dak was a 4th round pick and has 33 career wins in 3 years, that’s excellent draft value & that’s an average of 11 wins per season in case you can’t count…..SMH!

  2. Well considering how bad we were for so long I dont think that scout will be missed much. Whoever has been doing the scouting the last few years needs to stay. That’s all I care about.

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