Cowboys’ special teams coach Joe DeCamillis has gone through a difficult year physically.
Sunday night, DeCamillis underwent an appendectomy at a Virginia hospital, about 90 minutes before kickoff between the Cowboys and the Redskins.
DeCamillis experienced pain on Sunday and then was rushed to the hospital. He will not coach in Sunday’s game. DeCamillis’ status for the rest of the season is uncertain. The Cowboys leave for Dallas after the game and it’s not determined if DeCamillis will be on the team charter.
Wes Phillips, head coach Wade Phillips’ son, will take over the special teams duties. Other coaches will also help Wes Phillips.
Click here to read the full article – By Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com