Former Colts coach Tony Dungy joined the Dan Patrick Show and commented on his interest for the Dallas Cowboys Head Coaching job.
“I kind of expect to be contacted by everyone who has an opening, i’m not interested. But you never know what’s going to happen or who’s going to call.”
If Jerry Jones called him and asked if he should come visit, Dungy would say: “Jerry, it’s not worth it. … I do think it’s a better job than people think. It would be somebody like me, but it wouldn’t be me.”
Dungy said that Jones need to hire a proven commodity at head coach. “He needs a Bill Cowher or Jon Gruden or Mike Holmgren,” Dungy said. “Those are the kind of guys he needs. All three of those guys would be pretty good right now.”