The Dallas Cowboys have recently hired several new offensive assistant coaches, as they look to make major changes this off-season after failing to reach the playoffs for the third consecutive year. Gary Brown, who spent the last five years coaching for the Cleveland Browns, was recently hired by the Cowboys to replace Skip Peete as the the new running backs coach. Brown will have plenty of work to do, since the Cowboys running backs unit was ranked 31st in rushing in the league last season, with a total of 1,265 yards. Although Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is rumored to have personally engineered these staffing changes, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett believes that these new offensive coaches will help Dallas "break through" in the 2013 season. Make sure you always have your Cowboys season tickets with a Dallas Cowboys PSL from PSL Source, the trusted fan-to-fan marketplace for fans of America's team.
The Cowboys also hired former Tennessee Volunteers head coach Derek Dooley as their new wide receivers coach earlier this month. Dooley will be a familiar face to Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett since they have previously worked together as coaching assistants for the Miami Dolphins. Frank Pollack, who last worked for the Oakland Raiders, was hired as the Cowboys new offensive line assistant. The Cowboys also promoted Wes Phillips, the son of a former Cowboys coach, to the position of tight ends coach. Ready to see how the revamped offensive coaches lineup changes the overall Cowboys performance next season? Get ready for the 2013 football season with a Cowboys PSL from PSL Source, the NFL seat license broker of choice for Dallas Cowboys fans.