The head coaching search for the Dallas Cowboys has picked up some steam, despite the team not making any mention of Jason Garrett’s future with the team.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is headed to Dallas to “speak” with the team and that peaked the interest of the fan base.
But then, there was another report from Ian Rapoport that stated former Bengals HC Marvin Lewis is also drawing interest from the Cowboys regarding their head-coaching job.
Lewis was a special adviser at Arizona State in the 2019 season, but his name has not come up when available slots have come open for other organizations.
Lewis coached for 16 years with the Cincinnati Bengals and failed to win a single playoff game his entire time.
Marvin Lewis with Bengals
2005: 11-5… lost in Wildcard Round
2009: 10-6… lost in Wildcard Round
2011: 9-7… lost in Wildcard Round
2012: 10-6… lost in Wildcard Round
2013: 11-5… lost in Wildcard Round
2014: 10-5-1… lost in Wildcard Round
2015: 12-4… lost in Wildcard Round
The Bengals compiled a 131-122-3 (51.8 percent) record under Lewis, including seven trips to the postseason.