ARLINGTON, Texas -- Thursday’s preseason opener against Denver was not only a chance for the Cowboys to look at different player combinations. The Cowboys also changed up their look on the sideline with the coaches.
Secondary coach Brett Maxie was on the field for the 24-23 win against the Broncos, while Dave Campo watched from the coaches’ booth upstairs. Campo had been on the sidelines since returning to the Cowboys in 2008 and Maxie had been in the booth.
The other coaches upstairs with Campo were John Garrett (tight ends), Wes Phillips (assistant offensive line), Keith O’Quinn (offensive quality control/wide receivers) and Ben Bloom (defensive quality control/linebackers).
As it was when Jason Garrett became the interim head coach during last season, quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson was on the sidelines and dealt with the quarterbacks in between each series.