Dallas Cowboys interviewing two former head coaches for their DC vacancy

Dallas is looking for their new DC after Dan Quinn left to join Washington

 

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The Dallas Cowboys are wasting no time in their search for a new defensive coordinator, with reports indicating that two seasoned former NFL head coaches are on their interview list. According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jonathan Jones, the Cowboys are set to interview Mike Zimmer and Ron Rivera for the key role.

 

The defensive coordinator position became available after Dan Quinn, who held the role from 2021 to 2023, accepted the head coaching position with the Washington Commanders. During Quinn’s tenure, the Cowboys showcased a formidable defense, consistently ranking in the top 10 over the three-year period.

 

 

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Mike Zimmer and Ron Rivera are the leading candidates

 

Mike Zimmer, the former head coach of the Minnesota Vikings from 2014 to 2021, boasts an impressive coaching record of 72-56-1. Notably, Zimmer brings a history with the Cowboys, having served as an assistant from 1994 to 2006, earning a Super Bowl ring in the 1995 season as the defensive backs coach.

 

On the other hand, Ron Rivera, with coaching stints at the Carolina Panthers (2011 to 2019) and the Washington Commanders (2020 to 2023), also brings a wealth of experience. Rivera led the Panthers to four playoff appearances and a Super Bowl 50 appearance during his time in Carolina. In his four years with the Commanders, Rivera compiled a 26-40-1 record.

 

 

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The potential addition of Zimmer or Rivera as the defensive coordinator for the Cowboys signals a strategic move to maintain the team’s defensive hierarchy. Both coaches have proven track records and valuable insights into building successful defensive units.

 

As the interviews unfold, the Cowboys and their fans will be eagerly awaiting news on who will take up the crucial role of defensive coordinator, aiming to continue the team’s tradition of fielding a dominant defense in the upcoming seasons.

 

 

Gideon Canice

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