The Dallas Cowboys made two more hires Wednesday, veteran receivers coach Ray Sherman and John Garrett, the brother of presumptive offensive-coordinator-to-be Jason Garrett.
Sherman, who spent the last two years as the Tennessee Titans’ wide receivers coach, will coach the receivers in Dallas. Garrett, the Cowboys’ new tight ends coach, coached at the University of Virginia the last two years but has been on NFL staffs in Cincinnati and Arizona.
The Cowboys become the ninth pro team for Sherman, who has 19 years of NFL coaching experience. Sherman has coached wide receivers, running backs and has also served as an offensive coordinator during his coaching career. Sherman has coached in Green Bay, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, New York Jets, San Francisco, Atlanta and Houston since 1988. His experience could be helpful for Jason Garrett, who is expected to have a major role in the offense.
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