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April 05, 2012

Former Cowboys kicker and now kickers coach Chris Boniol on Coach Joe's death

Statement from Chris Boniol on the passing of Joe Avezzano:  

 

“Joe loved being a Dallas Cowboy, and he cared an awful lot about being part of this organization.  He also cared a great deal about having his players be as prepared as possible to do their job.  He had a very high standard for performance and production from his players.  He was also entertaining and could coach with a sense of humor.  He was unique in that he could bring humor into the meeting room without having it affect his authority.  He made it fun to play for him, but he always demanded respect.”

Clarence Hill

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