The Dallas Cowboys are planning to move on from offensive line coach Frank Pollack, multiple outlets reported on Thursday.
The Cowboys have undergone a massive overhaul within their coaching ranks after posting a 9-7 mark and missing the playoffs, just one season after winning 13 games and capturing the NFC East title.
Paul Alexander, who spent more than 20 years with the Cincinnati Bengals, is expected to interview with the Cowboys as Pollack's potential replacement, per reports.
Pollack, 50, took over for Bill Callahan following the 2014 season and benefited from the team's commitment to upgrade its offensive line. Left tackle Tyron Smith, center Travis Frederick and right guard Zack Martin have been Pro Bowl selections, but quarterback Dak Prescott saw pass protection dip in 2017 en route to being sacked 32 times.
Pollack will join special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia, wide receivers coach Derek Dooley, quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson, secondary coach Joe Baker and tight ends coach Steve Loney as coaches not returning for the Cowboys.