Cowboys eyeing two special teams coaches

January, 22, 2013
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett have interest in the two special teams coaches who were on opposite ends of The Music City Miracle -- Alan Lowry and Bruce DeHaven -- as potential replacements for Joe DeCamillis.

Both Lowry and DeHaven have previously coached special teams for the Cowboys. DeCamillis left to join the Chicago Bears last week.

The Cowboys have also spoken with Rich Bisaccia, who had been San Diego's special teams coach but recently joined Auburn's coaching staff as running backs and special teams coach.

Ed Werder

ESPN NFL Insider

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