Cowboys Hiring Bill Belichick? Possibility Gains Steam After Jerry Jones’ Recent Comments

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Is Bill Belichick headed to a coaching position with the Dallas Cowboys? The short answer is: no.

The longer answer is: Well, maybe. But not today.

As The Western Journal has already noted, Belichick will not have a head coaching position next season in the NFL after announcing that he and the New England Patriots had mutually decided to part ways after 24 seasons and a record six Super Bowl victories.

And Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told Yahoo Sports on Tuesday that he hadn’t “talked to anybody that is a head-coaching candidate other than my own” when asked about the possibility of Belichick coming to the Cowboys.

Current Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy has another year left on his contract, and Jones said in December that he was “100 percent supportive” of his current head coach — but that’s not exactly the whole story.

To be fair, the last three seasons have been decent under McCarthy for the Cowboys, with the team seeing 12-5 records three years in a row. The playoffs, however, have been more of a struggle.

Yahoo put it kindly, saying that Dallas had “exited the playoffs earlier than expected in each of those years.”

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