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Cowboys announce they will not retain Scott Linehan as their offensive coordinator

CBS Sports Friday, 18 January 2019
Linehan had two marvelous seasons with Dallas but his playbook has been under constant criticism the past two years
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News video: Cowboys Part Ways With Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan

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The Dallas Cowboys have parted ways with offensive coordinator Scott Linehan after five years, the team announced Friday. Matt Yurus reports.

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