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Cowboys Have Reportedly Made 1 Small Coaching Move

A general view of the Dallas Cowboys Stadium

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 24: A general view of the field during the game between the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 24, 2016 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

It turns out that the Dallas Cowboys will make at least one change to their coaching staff this season, as assistant special teams coach Doug Colman will be released from his duties.

The Cowboys were so close to punching their ticket into the NFC Championship, but ultimately the team fell short against the Los Angeles Rams.

Most of the fan base was calling for a major change to the coaching staff, specifically on the offensive side of the football. Although Scott Linehan has been with Dallas since 2015, the team hasn't shown consistency over the past two years.

While the Cowboys still have time to change their staff for the 2019 season, it sounds like Colman is the only coach leaving town for right now, per NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.

Colman spent only one season with Dallas, as the 45-year-old coach will look for another opportunity in the NFL. Ed Werder, meanwhile, is reporting that the Cowboys have reached out to one prominent assistant coach. Maybe another move is coming...

Even though the Cowboys took several strides this year en route to the NFC East title, the lack of postseason success in recent memory has definitely put a damper on the mood in Dallas.

Considering that Jason Garrett has also been the subject of major criticism for the Cowboys, the pressure will be on for this entire coaching staff in the offseason.