Found January 21, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
All of the coaching vacancies in the NFL have been filled, and the most surprising name without a job this offseason, is former Chicago Bears Head Coach Lovie Smith, but his future head coaching gig could be with the Dallas Cowboys in 2014. There are a couple of reasons for this possibility, but you have to look at the facts first. The first fact is Jerry Jones has hired Monte Kiffin be the next defensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys who is known as a Tampa 2 defense aficionado. While this hire may be seen as nothing special. It is a significant change in philosophy on the defensive side of the ball.… Read more
3 Comments:
  • if garret has another bad year i dont think he will and if sumlin has another good year with tx a&m he will be next cowboy coach.
  • why not just bring Lovie Smith in now...The sooner the better.
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