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October 02, 2012

Jerry Jones says Bill Callahan, 'one of the best coaches in the country,' can turn offensive line around

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the offensive line is an area that can, and will, improve.

He is putting faith in offensive line coach Bill Callahan.

Asked what can be done to help the offensive line, Jones, said, “Well, what do you mean by that? We’ve got one of the best coaches in the country. I think we’ve got some good players that are improving. That’s the best you can do.”

Jones continued, “If you mean, can you do anything relative to making changes, we’ve got guys like Costa that’s got a chance to come back. We’ll see how bad Cook’s hamstring is. He’s got a hamstring issue, so we’ll take a look at that. Certainly they’re going to continue to work. Offensive line is an area that does, you can go up and improve. Like I said, I’ve got a lot of confidence in our coaching. I know what Bill Callahan can do. We can do better than this.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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