Report: Patriots Strength and Conditioning Coach Mike Woicik Could Be Headed to Cowboys Staff


Feb 9, 2011

The New England Patriots could be losing another member of its coaching staff.

Sources told that Patriots strength and conditioning coach Mike Woicik's contract expired in 2010 and no agreement has been reached to renew it. Woicik reportedly had an interview with the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday. 

A Massachusetts native, Woicik has been with the Patriots for 11 seasons and has won three Super Bowls with the team in 2001, 2003 and 2004. He joined the Pats in 2000 when Bill Belichick became the head coach.

Prior to his stint in New England, Woicik worked for the Cowboys organization from 1990 to 1996. He took home three titles with Dallas as well (1992, 1994, 1995).

He has been named the NFL's strength coach of the year twice by the Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Society. He was first honored in 1992 with Dallas and then again in 2004 with the Patriots.

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