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February 24, 2011

Woicik strength coach of the year

New Cowboys assistant Mike Woicik was honored as NFL strength coach of the year in a vote of his peers. It was the third time he has been so honored, winning the award in 1992 and 2004 as well.

Woicik’s six Super Bowl rings – three with the Cowboys and three with the Patriots – are more than any player or head coach in NFL history.  

“He’s great at what he does,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. “He’s great at helping individual players get better, and he’s great at structuring an off-season and in-season conditioning program that benefits your football team. He’s at the top of his field. He’s certainly a winner – six Super Bowl rings in two different organizations. He’s an awfully good football coach, and I think he’s going to help us individually and collectively.”

 -- Charean Williams 


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