The Dallas Cowboys coaching staff is bound for some changes this offseason. While head coach Mike McCarthy isn’t at risk of being fired, there could be significant changes at coordinator.

On the defensive side of the ball, it appears odds are increasing on Dan Quinn leaving for a head coaching opportunity as he fields interest as a top candidate for three NFL teams.

The Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, and Arizona Cardinals have all expressed serious interestest in Quinn.

In fact, the Cardinals are flying Quinn in for a second interview, per NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero.

A second interview is always a good sign for candidates for a head coaching job in the NFL. With the season coming to an end in the Divisional Round after a playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Quinn can now focus his full attention on landing a HC job.

Despite the loss, Quinn did nothing but send his stock flying as his defense allowed only 3.5 yards per rush attempt against Shanahan’s offense. Against the Cowboys, rookie QB Brock Purdy looked as uncomfortable as he has looked in his very young NFL career.

Quinn’s impressive track record surely makes him a worthy candidate for a top job in the league.

He was partly responsible for building the Legion of Boom in Seattle, led the Atlanta Falcons to a Super Bowl trip, and made the Cowboys’ defense one of the best in the league one year after it was one of the worst units in the NFL.

He has accomplished all of it with a tremendous ability to adapt to league-wide trends. He’s also proved to be a great talent evaluator and a true players’ coach.

A second interview with the Cardinals reassures one sentiment for Cowboys Nation. There’s a very high probability that Dallas loses one of its biggest assets in the upcoming weeks or even days.

Meanwhile, Kellen Moore has received head coach interest after spending four years as offensive coordinator for the Cowboys and at this point, it’s hard to know if there are possibilities of the front office moving on, too.

As the team figures out how to help out Dak Prescott at quarterback, everything is on the table on the offensive side of the ball.

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