Former Dallas Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown is expected to interview next week with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to a report via Twitter Tuesday by NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Brown did not coach during the 2020 season. His wife, Kim, shared in April via social media that a malignant tumor near the bile duct and head of his pancreas would be treated with chemotherapy.
Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who agreed to a new three-year with Dallas Jan. 2, will interview for the Philadelphia Eagles vacant head coaching job, the Cowboys confirmed Tuesday. Philadelphia fired head coach Doug Pederson Jan. 11 following a 4-11-1 season that included the benching of quarterback Carson Wentz for rookie Jalen Hurts and a Week 17 loss to Washington in which Pederson played Nate Sudfeld over Hurts in the fourth quarter of a one-possession game.
The Dallas Cowboys have adjusted their coaching staff on defense this offseason. After a disastrous first year under defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, they said goodbye to him and found former Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn as a replacement. One of the people that the team interviewed for their defensive coordinator position was actually Joe Whitt Jr., who wound up on staff anyway.