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The Dallas Cowboys are on the market for a new coach, but they might not have to wait long.
A source told The Dallas Morning News that Cowboys general manager Jerry Jones has hired Rick Spielman to replace Tom Telesco.
Per the source, Spielman, who’s been with the Vikings for two seasons, is “a proven winner with NFL teams.
He also knows how to coach a team and he can coach a quarterback.”
This comes as no surprise considering that Spielman won a Super Bowl with the Bears, a franchise that hasn’t had a coach since Steve Mariucci in 1995.
The Vikings have a roster of five players who were drafted in the first round in 2018, but only two of them have been able to make the playoffs since 2010.
The Cowboys, meanwhile, are in the market to add a new head coach, and they need help right away.
They’ve been on the lookout for a replacement for their fired Jason Garrett, and the best candidate for the job is Spielman.
The 49ers fired coach Kyle Shanahan in June.
He had the 49ers on a seven-game winning streak during the regular season, but the team finished with a 5-11 record.
The Vikings, meanwhile are just one game back of the NFC North, and are still chasing the NFC title.
They have the same record as the Packers and Rams, but have been eliminated in the playoffs.
The Browns have fired head coach Hue Jackson, but owner Jimmy Haslam has been adamant that he won’t rest on his laurels after losing a Super Bow.
Jackson was fired after six seasons in Cleveland.
The Bills also have an opening at the head coach position, but head coach Doug Marrone is no longer with the organization.
The Bills have a record of 6-20 in the past five seasons, and Marrone has not been able in any of the past two seasons to make a significant impact.
The Raiders are also looking for a head coach and are expected to be in the mix for a job.
General manager Reggie McKenzie was fired last week, but he was replaced by the team’s newest head coach.
The Raiders are 7-8 since the new coach took over.