HOUSTON - The Houston Texans have named Frank Pollack their assistant offensive line coach, it was announced today.
Pollack comes to the Texans from Northern Arizona University. Pollack was the Lumberjacks offensive line coach in 2006 where the offense produced the Big Sky Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year. The Northern Arizona offense led the conference in scoring (34.4) and passing (267.2) and finished second in rushing (137.9). Their points per game were 4 th in the Division 1-AA.
Pollack was a sixth-round selection by the San Francisco 49ers in 1990. He played by the bay from 1990-91 before moving to Denver where he played in 1992-93 before ending his career with the 49ers from 1994-98. He finished his career with 90 career games and one Super Bowl Championship with San Francisco in 1994.
Pollack is the fourth addition to the Texans coaching staff this offseason, joining
Frank Bush who was named Sr. Defensive Assistant, Jethro Franklin defensive line
coach and Larry Kirksey wide receivers coach.