There’s plenty of chatter about the coaching job in Dallas for not the remainder of this season, but for 2013.
Today Jason LaCanfora of CBS is reporting that former Browns President Mike Holmgren could have a keen interest for the job in Dallas in 2013 should it become open.
Jason Garrett and the Cowboys are again struggling in 2013, going just 3-5 at the halfway point. Holmgren has said already that he would return to the sidelines, and Dallas could be the best fit.
“(Holmgren) has serious interest in that job should it open up,” LaCanfora stated on “The NFL Today” on CBS Sunday. “Remember he worked with Jerry Jones for 13 years on the competition committee, they have a strong relationship.
“At this point in his career, Holmgren is not looking for a rebuild, he’s going for a retool.”
Holmgren has already put together an impressive resume in both Green Bay and Seattle, as he has gone 161-111-0 in the regular season, and was 13-11 in the postseason, going 174-122-0 overall.
If Holmgren doesn’t wind up in Dallas, don’t be shocked if a call is made to Jon Gruden, who also is toying with the idea of going back to the sidelines form the announcer booth with ESPN.