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Sources: Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn returning to Dallas Cowboys

FRISCO, Texas -- Having interviewed for the head-coaching vacancies of the Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins and New York Giants, defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is returning to the Dallas Cowboys, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Dianna Russini on Thursday. A source told Schefter that Quinn withdrew...
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Bleacher Report

Cowboys Rumors: DC Dan Quinn Withdraws from HC Consideration to Stay with Dallas

Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is staying put. Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported Quinn withdrew his name from consideration for head-coaching vacancies Thursday and will return to Dallas in 2022. Six teams requested interviews with the former Atlanta Falcons coach, who was responsible for the Cowboys' 180-degree defensive turnaround this season.

Dan Quinn as head coach could signal blockbuster Chicago Bears trade

Current Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is scheduled to complete his second interview for the Chicago Bears head coaching vacancy on Wednesday. For Quinn, this will be the first time in which he will have an interview with the Bears’ new general manager. On Tuesday, the Bears officially announced that Ryan Poles will serve as the team’s new general manager.

Kellen Moore will get 2nd interview with the Dolphins after Dan Quinn stays with Cowboys

There was good news for the Dallas Cowboys today as defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has decided to stay with the team rather than continue pursuing head coaching opportunities. For a moment it looked for sure the staff would remain largely intact, but new reports indicate that offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will be brought back in by the Miami Dolphins for a second interview to fill their head coaching vacancy.
The Falcoholic

Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff have been greeted with opposite receptions in hiring cycle

The Falcons are trying to pull themselves out of a very, very deep hole. The team was put there by, among others, the former duo of Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff. It was a team project, sure, but one of them is more to blame. It has been a fun, chicken-and-the-egg type of argument wondering if Quinn didn’t coach well enough or if Dimitroff didn’t build the roster well enough. In fact, there are probably hundreds of thousands of comments on this very site debating exactly that.
CBS Sports

Cowboys' Dan Quinn notifies team he will remain in Dallas as defensive coordinator for 2022

Dan Quinn has made his final decision. The 51-year-old entered the offseason following the Dallas Cowboys disappointing loss on NFL Super Wild Card Weekend as one of the hottest candidates in the league's coaching cycle, but things have changed rapidly and in favor of the Cowboys. On Thursday, after having interviewed with several teams and seeing the Denver Broncos opt to hire Nathaniel Hackett while the Chicago Bears moved to hire Matt Eberflus -- two teams Quinn was a/the frontrunner to join -- he's now notified the Cowboys he will remain their defensive coordinator for the 2022 season, sources confirm to CBS Sports.

Dan Quinn decides to stay in Dallas, according to reports

FRISCO (Silver Star Nation) — The Dallas Cowboys’ defensive coordinator isn’t going anywhere this offseason, according to reports. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero tweeted just before 10 a.m. Thursday, January 27 Dan Quinn has informed teams that he’s staying with the Dallas Cowboys. Pelissero said six...

Hoge: Why pairing Dan Quinn with Ryan Poles could work

If the Bears are truly down to three head coaching finalists, then it stands to reason that new general manager Ryan Poles will be making a hire very soon. Two of those candidates, Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus and Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn were at Halas Hall Wednesday for in-person interviews, with Quinn going last. Former Colts and Lions head coach Jim Caldwell interviewed at Halas Hall Tuesday, shortly after Poles was hired.

Dolphins taking their time in search; Quinn staying in Dallas on busy day of coaching movement

The Miami Dolphins’ next coach reportedly won’t be known this week, with that development coming on the same day it was revealed former Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn would be staying in Dallas. Quinn, the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator and coach of the Falcons when they went to the Super Bowl in 2017, has informed teams he will stay with the Cowboys, according to multiple reports on ...

Dallas Cowboys' Mike McCarthy, Dan Quinn to return in 2022

Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy and defensive coordinator Dan Quinn both are expected to return to the franchise next season. League sources told ESPN, USA Today Sports and the Dallas Morning News on Thursday that McCarthy received assurance that he will be back in 2022. At some point since the season concluded, team brass informed McCarthy that he will remain coach despite the Cowboys' wild-card exit earlier this month.

Poles interviews Eberflus, Quinn for coaching job

New Bears general manager Ryan Poles on Wednesday interviewed Matt Eberflus and Dan Quinn for the head-coaching position. Eberflus boasts 13 years of NFL experience, including the past four seasons as Colts defensive coordinator. Inheriting an Indianapolis defense that ranked 30th in the NFL in both scoring and total yards in 2017, Eberflus helped the unit improve to 10th in scoring and 11th in yards in his first year in 2018.

Vikings Conclude Initial Interview with Dan Quinn for Head Coach Opening

EAGAN, Minn. – The Vikings on Wednesday confirmed they have interviewed Dan Quinn for their open head coaching position. Quinn is currently the Defensive Coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys. He joined the Cowboys in 2021 after six seasons as Head Coach of the Atlanta Falcons (2015-20). NFL/College Career. 1994...

Cowboys Coach Dan Quinn 'Top Candidate' If Seahawks Fire Pete Carroll or Broncos Fire Vic Fangio - Source

FRISCO - This has advanced well beyond the "rumor'' category, just as the Dallas Cowboys' season has advanced in a positive way and the Seattle Seahawks' and Denver Broncos' seasons, not so much: Dan Quinn, the highly coveted defensive coordinator of the Cowboys, will be a "top candidate'' for the Broncos job should Denver dismiss Vic Fangio after this weekend. And he'll be a top candidate if Seattle parts ways with Pete Carroll as well.