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Cowboys DC Dan Quinn ‘waiting’ to coach NFC West team

Dan Quinn, the defensive coordinator for the Cowboys, has been in high demand. Four clubs (the Chargers, Commanders, Panthers, and Titans) have requested interviews with him already.

But according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Quinn has been eyeing one team for some time.

Quinn’s request for an interview has not yet been submitted by the Seahawks, who on Wednesday fired head coach Pete Carroll. Thus, those choices will probably be made shortly, and it would be shocking if Quinn were not at the very top of their list.

Quinn would undoubtedly provide his physical defense from his time in Dallas, something Seattle has long taken pleasure in.

Since Quinn assumed the position of defensive coordinator for the Cowboys in 2021, their defense has been among the best in the league. This season, the unit gave up the fifth-fewest points (18.5) and total yards per game (299.7) in the NFL.

Quinn’s prior experience with the Seahawks lends credence to the notion that a reunion between the two teams is likely. From 2009 to 2010, he served as both the defensive line coach and the team’s associate head coach. From 2013 to 2014, he coordinated defenses.

Quinn is probably concentrating on getting Dallas ready for their Sunday wild-card clash against the Packers for the time being. But Seattle might act quickly to go get its guy once the Cowboys season ends, which could happen in a few days or a few weeks.

Yachiga Tavershima
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