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Former Cowboys coach Joe Avezzano dead at 68

He's one of the most well known Cowboys assistant coaches during the teams dominant run in the 90's.  Former Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano has dead at 68 years of age.  Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple confirmed Thursday that Avezzano died in Italy.

Coach Avezzano had moved to Italy earlier this year to coach an Italian Football League team.  He was named NFL Special Teams Coach of the Year three times, winning three Super Bowl rings.  We'll have more on Joe Avezzano on your KLTV News at 6 and 10.

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