The New York Jets announced Saturday the signing of former Dallas Cowboys. This was via the team’s social media. He also played with the Los Angeles Rams and St. Louis Cardinals where he was awarded NFL All-Pro honors.
The Missouri Western State kicker, who is 34 years old, will be joining Eddy Pineiro, a former Florida kicker.
Greg Zuerlein converted 82.2 percent his field goals over his career, including 82.9 percent when he was with the Dallas Cowboys. His career longest run is 61 yards. His longest season was 56 yards. Zuerlein also converted 95.8 per cent of his extra points attempts in his career.
Dallas Cowboys currently do not have a kicker on their roster. They will need to either find one in free agency, or draft one.
Brian Schottenheimer, the Cowboys’ experienced offensive coordinator, has been hired by the Cowboys. This is a rare role in the NFL. Albert Breer , NFL reporter, said that Schottenheimer will be joining Dallas as an offensive and defensive coordinator.
Breer tweeted, “Sources: The Cowboys have hired Brian Schottenheimer (Jaguars’ pass-game coordinator last season), into a unique position, where he will help both Dan Quinn, and Kellen Moore.” “Much of Schottenheimer’s job will focus on league trends, game-planning. This is a great idea.
Schottenheimer, 48 years old, brings a wealth experience to Dallas. He’s served as the offensive coordinator for various teams over his two-decade NFL career. Schottenheimer led the offensive teams of the New York Jets (pictured above), St. Louis Rams (pictured below), Georgia Bulldogs (pictured below) and Seattle Seahawks (pictured below).
The Cowboys now have an experienced offensive coordinator. One can never have enough of these.