According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel are in talks to be the next head coaches. The Dallas Cowboys will retain Kellen Moore in 2022. According to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, the franchise anticipated the return and keeps both coordinators after head coach interviews.
Kellen Moore and Dan Quinn, Cowboys assistant coaches, were interviewed for head coaches throughout the offseason. However, Dallas retained both of them under Mike McCarthy. Both were candidates for the Pro Football Writers Association Assistant coach of the year award. Quinn won it.
The Dallas Cowboys have begun preparations for the 2022 season. This includes a lot of returning talent as well as a full complement of assistant coaches who can provide continuity, as the team strives to be a Super Bowl contender.
For this offseason’s NFL coaching cycle, Dan Quinn was a hot commodity. The former Atlanta Falcons head coaching coach chose to join Kellen Moore as Cowboys offensive coordinator and become the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator.
Quinn played a significant role for the New York Giants, Chicago Bears, and Denver Broncos over the past few weeks. Quinn will not be leaving Dallas to lead a new franchise. Instead, Quinn will stay with the storied organization. Quinn explained why he decided to stay with the team earlier in the week.
Quinn stated this week via CowboysSI.com, “I have unfinished work here.” “We have the right people to accomplish what everyone in this building is trying to do. That’s what we are doing right now. We are working towards a goal today.
Quinn is making smart decisions considering the talent available to the Cowboys’ defense. Although Dan Quinn was a qualified candidate, the jobs that he was most interested were in other areas. With their talented young players having another chance to learn from the smart coordinator, the Cowboys team has the potential to reach even higher heights in 2022.
Dan Quinn will be the next head coach, and Kellen Moore is likely to take over. It is expected that the former Falcons coach, and the young offensive mind, will each get their chance, regardless of whether it happens next offseason or further in the future. Both continue to enjoy their Cowboys experience at the moment.