Wide Receiver Coach Search: Adam Gase Interviews In Dallas

With the well-respected Ray Sherman now gone in Dallas, the search has been on to find his replacement. It will be a tough task for any man who comes in and attempts to fill the void. Sherman was a favorite among the players and he often gave the players a platform to vent and clear the air of their issues. It will be interesting to see how the players to respond to a change.

The search for the next wide receiver coach has led to Adam Gase of the Denver Broncos. Gase was let go by the Broncos coaching staff after new head coach John Fox opted to bring his own guy over from Carolina. Gase previously worked with the Detroit Lions among other teams, so he has a history with Jon Kitna and Roy Williams.

Gase may not be a well-known name, but if he can get production out of any Cowboys receiver like he did Brandon Marshall in Denver, he will be a welcomed addition to the staff.

Topics: Adam Gase, Coaching Staff, Cowboys, Dallas Cowboys, NFL, WR Coach

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