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January 28, 2008

Campo interviews

Former Cowboys head coach Dave Campo left Valley Ranch headquarters around 2 p.m. after interviewing for the team's vacant secondary coaching position. Campo would not say whether he accepted an offer, but said, "it's in their hands now."

Campo, Jacksonville's assistant head coach/secondary, is still under contract with the Jaguars.

"Nothing has been done and I feel very comfortable with Wade (Phillips)," Camp said. Campo also said he did not speak with owner Jerry Jones. He left the facility shortly after returning in a vehicle with Phillips, assistant head coach Jason Garrett, defensive coordinator Brian Stewart and offensive line coach Hudson Houck.

Campo said he will remain in town the rest of the week, visiting his two daughters and grandchildren.

Rick Herrin

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