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By PFW staff

Former Patriots strength-and-conditioning coach Mike Woicik was honored as the NFL Strength Coach of 2010 by the NFL's strength-and-conditioning coaches at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

Woicik, who recently returned to the Cowboys for 2011, has six Super Bowl rings, the most of any player or coach. He spent the past 11 seasons with the Patriots and was in Dallas from 1990-96.

Harold Nash was promoted to be the team's strength-and-conditioning coach after five seasons as an assistant.

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