Dan Quinn Reportedly Getting A Big Raise To Stay With Cowboys

According to reports, Dan Quinn will be recognized for his loyalty towards the Dallas Cowboys group.

According to Cowboy Maven recent reports, the highly-sought after offensive coordinator will receive a “substantial increase” to remain with Dallas in 2022.

Quinn was a top choice for many teams during this year’s coaching cycle. The 51-year old DC was the Cowboys’ first coach. He transformed 2020’s league-worst defensive unit into a play-making force in 2021. He quickly became a popular option for a head coach after a string of outstanding performances, including those of Micah Parsons, league interception leader Trevon Diggs, and Micah Parsons.

Quinn was a popular choice for the Giants, Broncos and Jaguars as well as the Bears, Dolphins and Dolphins. According to reports, Nathaniel Hackett was hired by the Broncos and Matt Eberflus took the Bears job earlier today. The Dallas DC decided that he would remain with Cowboys.

After Mike McCarthy’s disappointing Wild Card defeat, Dallas is experiencing uncertainty about the head coaching position. Dan Quinn could be the next leader of the organization.

CowboysSI.com was informed by a league source that Dan is staying in Dallas.

Quinn will be the Cowboys’ defensive coach for the moment.

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