The Dallas Cowboys Might End Up Getting A New Coach, And He’s Currently A College Star
The Dallas Cowboys apparently have their sights set on Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley if they pull the trigger on firing Jason Garrett.
According to Ian Rapoport, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his son both “have an affinity” for the Sooners coach.
From @gmfb Weekend: The #Cowboys seriously weighed moving on from OC Scott Linehan during the bye week and have an affinity for #OU coach Lincoln Riley if they move on from Jason Garrett… who @MikeGarafolo says may take back play-calling. pic.twitter.com/8HRHaSKAHw
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 11, 2018
As Rapoport pointed out, the Cowboys might not be the only team interested in Riley’s skills with a clipboard. The Browns are also expected to make a hard push for him to come coach his former college QB Baker Mayfield. (RELATED: BakerMayfield Proves He Still Hasn’t Grown Up After Making These Comments [VIDEO])
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As somebody with no dog in this fight, it’s probably time for the Cowboys to can Garrett. They just aren’t winning enough, and that’s all that matters.
Plus, Riley has a ton of potential and absolutely comes off as the kind of guy players want to play for. That can be a very tough thing to find in the NFL.
The only thing I know for sure is that Jerry Jones will do whatever he wants and nobody will stop him. He also has deep pockets to hire just about whoever he wants at a price nobody can match.
Stay tuned because the offseason sounds like it’s going to be lit!