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March 23, 2011

Cowboys have new assistant strength coach

The Cowboys have hired a new assistant strength and conditioning coach. Walter Williams replaces Tony Ollison, who will not be back at Valley Ranch, according to Jason Garrett.

Williams will assist Mike Woicik, who is returning to the Cowboys from the Patriots.

Williams, a Grambling product, played in three games over two seasons with the Packers. In 2004-05, he had six carries for 42 yards and one catch for 19 yards. He spent the 2001 season on injured reserve at New England, which is when he first met Woicik.

"Part of his time [playing in the NFL] was in New England, and then he spent some time with Mike as an intern up there in the off-season," Garrett told reporters, including the Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill, at the NFL owners meetings in New Orleans.

Joe Juraszek took a medical leave of absence as the team's strength and conditioning coach in the middle of last season. He will not return.

-- Charean Williams

 

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I know Walter Williams & I feel this is a great hire, he will help the get better. No better way than to learn from a former player

this is great news 4 the players, they can now relate, because williams have played in the nfl and knows what it takes for players to get to the next level, great hire.

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