Campo Returns to Dallas Cowboys
Dave Campo (Getty Images)
Dave Campo (Getty Images)
Posted Jan 29, 2008
Robb Chamberlain,

Albert Breer of The Dallas Morning News reports that the Cowboys have hired Dave Campo from the Jaguars to be their new secondary coach.

The Jaguars have lost another coach, and it looks like new hire, Donnie Henderson will step into coaching the Jacksonville secondary.

We're told that Dave Campo will be returning to Dallas after concluding his interviews. Campo was a part of the Cowboys staff from 2000-2002 and eventually became their head coach. After the 2002 season, Campo was fired from the head coaching position and eventually landed as the Jaguars assistant coach/secondary.

It's said that Campo is a favorite of owner Jerry Jones and that probably played into his return.

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