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Rams Coaching Staff Rumors: Former Dallas Cowboys WRs Coach Ray Sherman Candidate To Join Team

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coach Ray Sherman is a candidate to join the St. Louis Rams' coaching staff, according to Rams sideline reporter and ESPN 101 radio host, Tony Softli. Since hiring Jeff Fisher as head coach, the Rams have moved quickly to assemble a staff around him. Earlier in the week they finalized the contract with Brian Schottenheimer to run the offense, so if Sherman is going to join the staff it would likely be as an assistant and a wide receivers coach again.

Ray Sherman has been involved in NFL coaching since 1988, when he first broke on the scene as a running backs and then wide receivers coach for the Houston Oilers. He has worked as offense of coordinator for the New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings in the past, but most recently coached wide receivers for the Dallas Cowboys from 2007 to 2010.

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