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Former Nebraska All-American, Cowboys LB Carlos Polk Added To Dallas Staff

first_imgNebraska All-American linebacker Carlos Polk.9 Sep 2000: A close up of Carlos Polk #13 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers watching the action during the game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. The Cornhuskers defeated the Fighting Irish 27-24 Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel /AllsportCarlos Polk played the final year of his NFL career for the Dallas Cowboys, after a long tenure with the San Diego Chargers.Now, he’s returning to Dallas to join the Cowboys’ coaching staff.According to ESPN, the Cowboys are bringing on Carlos Polk as assistant special teams coach.From Todd Archer:Carlos Polk will join the Cowboys as an assistant special teams coach, replacing Doug Colman. Polk had a seven-year career in the NFL as a linebacker, including one season with the Cowboys (2008). He was a coaching intern with the Cowboys for a summer after his career ended. He served as the assistant special teams coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2014-18.The move comes a day after the surprising news that Jerry Jones is not expected to extend the contract of head coach Jason Garrett.The oft-embattled Cowboys head coach’s contract ends after the 2019-2020 season. It is very rare for a coach to enter the final year of his deal without an extension.Polk joined the Cowboys as a player in 2008, after being drafted out of Nebraska by San Diego with the No. 112 overall pick of the 2001 NFL Draft.He is a member of the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame, and was an All-American in 2000, and a two-time All-Big 12 player for the Huskers.Polk has served on the Chargers and Buccaneers staff in the same role since leaving Dallas.[ESPN]last_img read more


What to Wear: To the Pool

first_imgWe can’t believe that summer is almost over. That means we have approximately a month or so of outdoor pool time left to go. So what to wear to the pool? Pack up your swim trunks, grab your flip-flops and slather on a lot of sunscreen. Lay out on your beach towel in between laps — but don’t forget to put your sunglasses on! If you’re a serious swimmer throw on a cap and goggles, and who knows, maybe, just maybe you can swim like Michael Phelps. Okay, maybe not. But you can try to pretend to be like him.Now you just have to find a pool to swim in. Public pools are one option — but they can get pretty gross, and you don’t know if people have been doing dirty things in there — like peeing. Yuck! Depending on where you live, you might even have one in your backyard. If you do, we are completely jealous. Will you throw a barbecue and invite us? Or, if you’re lucky enough to live in near a place like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, or Miami, where there are actually cool hotel pools you can hang out at — there’s another option.We’re definitely planning on hitting up a pool this weekend; we just have to figure out where. Have any ideas? Let us know!Clockwise, L-R: Speedo Color Block Silicone Cap, $13.95 at; Super Sunglasses, $145 at; Speedo Vanquisher Mirrored Goggle, $19.99 at; Band of Outsiders Swim Trunks, $89.99 at; Supreme Beach Towel, for more information, visit; Havaianas ‘Trend’ Flip Flop, $26 at; Coola Sport Organic Moisturizing Suncare SPF 45, $32 at O&N Collective. How to Get Rid of Cigar Breath, Smell, and Smoke The Best Podcasts to Listen to at Work The Best Products to Combat Swamp Crotch and Sweaty Balls It’s Time to Ditch Your Sleeping Bag for a Versatile, Lightweight Camping Quilt Give Your Hypercar the Garage It Deserves with a Custom Aston Martin Lair Editors’ Recommendations last_img read more