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February 13, 2014

Cowboys add two coaches, make Keith O'Quinn to assistant special teams coach

Sources have confirmed that the Dallas Cowboys are adding Turner West and Kyle Valero to the staff as coaching assistants and are moving Keith O'Quinn from offensive quality assistant/assistant wide receivers coach to assistant special teams coach.

West is a former graduate assistant at Middle Tennessee State. Valero was an offensive assistant with the Detroit Lions last year under then offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, who is now the passing game coordinator in Dallas. Valero will have a simlar role in Dallas under Linehan and help with the wide receivers in place O'Quinn.

O'Quinn came to Dallas in 2006 as a pro scout. He left in 2009 to become director of Pro Personnel with the Cleveland Browns before returning to the Cowboys in 2010 as a quality control control coach. He has worked with the receivers the past three years an an offensive assistant.

O'Quinn replaces Chris Boniol as the assistant special teams coach under special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia.

Clarence Hill 

 

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