LARAMIE -- Klayton Adams is taking his coaching abilities to football's highest level.
The Indianapolis Colts have hired the Wyoming assistant as their assistant offensive line coach, putting the Cowboys back in the market for an offensive line coach. Adams' stint at Wyoming lasted less than a month after he was hired away from Colorado on Jan. 10 to replace Scott Fuchs, who wasn't retained after five seasons on the Cowboys' coaching staff.
It's the first NFL job for Adams, who has 14 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level. He also had stints at San Jose State, Sacramento State, Western Washington and Boise State, his alma mater.
The move leaves two vacancies on Craig Bohl's staff. Bohl is also in search of another defensive assistant after promoting safeties coach Jake Dickert to defensive coordinator last month.