REPORT: Michigan DB coach Greg Jackson hired by Dallas Cowboys

The Michigan Wolverines, who already lost defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin this winter, have now reportedly lost defensive backs coach Greg Jackson to the Dallas Cowboys.

Jackson has been with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh for the last five seasons – four with the San Francisco 49ers, and last season at Michigan.

Jackson, who signed a two-year $665,000 contract last winter, guided to Wolverines to the third best pass defense in the country, allowing just 158.5 yards per game. He has 12 years of NFL coaching experience in his background.

The coaching carousel has spun directly through Ann Arbor this winter, with Durkin taking the head coaching job with the Maryland Terrapins, and special teams coordinator John Baxter heading to USC. Former Boston College defensive coordinator Don Brown was hired to take over for Durkin, and former director of player personnel Chris Partridge was promoted to special teams/linebackers coach.

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