FRISCO, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys have hired Paul Alexander to replace Frank Pollack as their new offensive line coach, according to multiple sources. Alexander spent more than 20 years with the Cincinnati Bengals as their assistant head coach/ OL coach, but is trading in his familiar orange and stripes, to the Star and silver and blue.
To complete the swap, the Cincinnati Bengals have hired newly Fired Cowboys OL Coach Frank Pollack to fill their open position. Both teams are hoping for a successful fresh start with the new knowledge added to the structure of their offensive line. The Cowboys have many other assistant coach positions to be filled but took the jump with Paul Alexander.
Brianna Dix graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communications. She is a reporter, writer, host, and avid sports fan with a passion for sports.