Former Florida offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier is headed to the NFL, not LSU.
Nussmeier was in line to become an offensive analyst under new Tigers offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger, but instead, ESPN reported, he will become the Dallas Cowboys’ tight ends coach.
The Cowboys are expected to name Doug Nussmeier as tight ends coach, according to sources. Nussmeier was the offensive coordinator at Florida last season. He has also been the offensive coordinator at Michigan and Alabama. He had a five-year NFL career… https://t.co/WGrjNxJukZ
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) February 14, 2018
Nussmeier spent five seasons in the NFL as a backup quarterback, then served as quarterbacks coach for the St. Louis Rams in 2006-07. The Rams’ coach at the time was Scott Linehan, and Linehan now is the Cowvboys’ offensive coordinator.
Nussmeier replaces Steve Loney, who retired at the end of the 2017 season.
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