The 2023 NFL regular season is officially behind us and while the Dallas Cowboys are headed to the playoffs the same is not true for over half of the league.
Change will come, and already has, for many franchises as they seek to be a part of the postseason tournament this time next year. As is always the case there will be requests put in for staff members of various organizations, some in the playoffs and some not, and that obviously includes the Cowboys.
This post will serve as our tracker for all Cowboys staff members that are requested to be interviewed by other teams for different roles (most likely at head coach). Keep in mind that all three Cowboys coordinators recently received great reviews by way of an NFLPA survey so there could be interest in all of them or even staff members that are not coordinators.
Last Updated: Thursday, January 25th at 4:55pm ET
Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn
- The Carolina Panthers have requested to interview Quinn for their vacancy at head coach.
- The Los Angeles Chargers and Washington Commanders have both also requested to interview Quinn for their head coach openings.
- It was reported that Quinn’s interviews will “likely” take place at the end of next week. If the Cowboys win on Sunday then next week will be one of the biggest weeks in franchise history in the last quarter century.
- The Seattle Seahawks are moving on from Pete Carroll and while they have not formally requested an interview with Quinn at this time, a union between the two makes a lot of sense.
- The Titans have requested to interview Dan Quinn as well.
- Quinn is expected to interview with the Panthers and Titans on Wednesday, the commanders on Thursday and the Chargers on Friday. According to Albert Breer they will all be over Zoom.
- At long last the Seahawks have requested to interview Dan Quinn.
- The Seahawks, Titans and Commanders will all interview Quinn for a second time.
- Quinn’s second interview with Washington is expected to be in person and will happen early next week.
- At this time the only jobs remaining are Seattle and Washington and both have had or plan to have second interviews with Quinn.
VP of Player Personnel Will McClay
- It was reported on the Friday before the Wild Card Round that Will McClay would be staying with the Cowboys despite outside interest.