FRISCO, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys have parted ways with offensive line coach Paul Alexander and promoted Marc Colombo to the position. Alexander was named the offensive line coach in the offseason after a 24-year stint with the Cincinnati Bengals, replacing Frank Pollack, who replaced Alexander in Cincinnati. Colombo has been the assistant offensive line coach since 2016 after a 10-year career as a player, including six with the Cowboys, five as the starting right tackle. The Cowboys also brought in former offensive line coach Hudson Houck as a senior assistant. He had two stints as the Cowboys’ offensive line

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