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Cowboys Indeed Emerging As Bill Belichick Suitor

The New England Patriots and Bill Belichick have ended their 24-year collaboration, opening up new possibilities for the renowned NFL coach.

Belichick, often regarded as one of the NFL’s greatest head coaches, is now a free agent, sparking widespread speculation about his next move.

Mike Florio from NBC Sports has put forward the Dallas Cowboys as a potential destination for Belichick. This suggestion stems from the long-standing mutual respect and admiration between Belichick and owner Jerry Jones.

“Yes, the Cowboys are believed to be in play,” Florio said. “There’s a long history of respect and admiration between Bill Belichick and Jerry Jones. They have a great team there. Belichick could just go in and coach it to places they haven’t been in a very long time.”

Given the Cowboys’ strong team, Florio believes Belichick could be the key to elevating the team to heights not seen in years.

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Current speculation hinges on the performance of Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy in the postseason. Should McCarthy fail to lead the team deep into the playoffs, there’s a possibility that Belichick could step in.

The Cowboys, who are set to face the Green Bay Packers in an upcoming game, have a challenging road ahead. The team is striving to break a nearly 30-year streak of not advancing beyond the NFC Divisional round.

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The outcome of this postseason could potentially shape the future of the Cowboys’ coaching staff and open the door for Belichick’s next chapter in the NFL.

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