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Line coach Frank Pollack out with Cowboys; Brown weighs options

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Cowboys fans' expectations were high after last year's 13-3 regular-season effort. But Dak Prescott's rising star seemed to fade and Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension limited his playing time, keeping the Cowboys from getting to the postseason
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Cowboys fans' expectations were high after last year's 13-3 regular-season effort. But Dak Prescott's rising star seemed to fade and Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension limited his playing time, keeping the Cowboys from getting to the postseason

Add offensive line coach to the list of changes on the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff.

Frank Pollack will not return to the position after three seasons on the job. He was hired by the Cincinnati Bengals.

Former Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander was at the Cowboys headquarters in Frisco Thursday interviewing to replace Pollack as head of a unit once considered the best in the NFL, according to sources.

Pollack is the sixth coach to depart since the end of the 2017 season.

Running back coach Gary Brown could add to the list, but is currently weighing his options, according to a source.

He has an offer to return to the Cowboys as well as one from the Houston Texans. Brown is also candidate with the Arizona Cardinals, depending on who is hired as head coach.

Brown interviewed with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday. However, the Raiders hired Indianapolis Colts running back coach Jemal Singleton for the position today.

The Cowboys’ staff has already lost the following: wide receivers coach Derek Dooley is joining the University of Missouri; special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia is heading to Oakland; tight ends coach Steve Loney is retiring; and secondary coach Joe Baker and quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson have been told that their contracts will not be renewed.

Clarence Hill: 817-390-7760, @clarencehilljr

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