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January 16, 2012

Brett Maxie takes Tennessee job

The Cowboys won't have either of their secondary coaches back after Brett Maxie accepted a job with the Titans. Maxie had been weighing the offer over the weekend. He was the only candidate.

In Tennessee, Maxie will be the only secondary coach. He shared duties with Dave Campo last season and would have split the job with newly hired Jerome Henderson in 2012. Henderson replaces Campo, whose contract expired and was not re-hired.

Maxie replaces Marcus Robertson in Tennessee after spending the past four seasons with the Cowboys. He has 14 seasons of NFL coaching experience, including stops in Miami, Atlanta, San Francisco and Carolina.

-- Charean Williams

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Thank god and greyhound he's gone......

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