Cowboys offensive line coach Paul Alexander is calling in some help.
Faith was restored in the Dallas Cowboys offensive line when the team drafted Connor Williams in the second round a few weeks ago.
Doubt began to creep in during last season when Tyron Smith went down and the Cowboys visited the Atlanta Falcons in, well, memorable fashion.
Connor isn’t the only new face around the Cowboys. There’s a new offensive line coach in town, Paul Alexander, who spent a long time with the Cincinnati Bengals. One of Alexander’s greatest students in Cincinnati was offensive tackle Willie Anderson.
These days Anderson spends his time working with offensive linemen, trying to teach them the techniques that made him successful in the NFL. From his academy’s website:
The Willie Anderson Lineman Academy is committed to enhancing the confidence, strength, determination, agility and performance of every offensive and defensive lineman under our instruction, as they strive to be the best on every level.