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Dan Quinn responds to being a candidate for multiple head coaching jobs

There are seven potential head coaching positions available. This includes the Las Vegas Raiders, currently led by Rich Bisaccia. With so many opportunities available, it’s easy to see why Dan Quinn, Dallas Cowboys defensive coach is at the top of most front offices’ minds.

Quinn, the former Atlanta Falcons head coach who led the Falcons into a Super Bowl appearance has attracted a lot of attention. Quinn is still pondering the possibility of leading an NFL-level team. Jon Machota has the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator’s strong words on his interest in head coaching.

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“There’s just simply nothing to report on from my end. It’s nice to hear if someone is interested. But there’s really nothing to add on my end.” Said he’d just like to talk about preparing for the 49ers today.

Quinn has repeatedly denied that he is interested in a head coaching position. Quinn has repeatedly stated that he like his current position with the Cowboys. Quinn is not currently on the market, and suitors are trying desperately to lure him away.

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After missing the playoffs last season, the Dallas Cowboys are now preparing for the 2022 playoffs. The team is preparing for the 2022 playoffs, and it is reported that one their coordinators is looking for a new coach.

Damon Marx Assistant Sports Editor at The Dallas Morning News reports that Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore has been preparing for a interview as a head coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He isn’t doing it all alone. Dan Quinn assisted him in conducting mock interviews.

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Jon Machota, a Dallas journalist, added this information to the story.

“Some good insight on the ESPN game broadcast. Cowboys DC Dan Quinn went through a mock interview w/ Cowboys OC Kellen Moore last week to get him ready for his interview with Jacksonville. Brian Griese said Moore told him his interview last night with the Jaguars was about 2 hours,” wrote Machota on Twitter.

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