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NFL Rumors: Bill Belichick Eyes Cowboys, Eagles, Giants HC Jobs After Patriots Exit




Bill Belichick is reportedly eyeing the NFC East when he returns to coaching.

The Eagles and Cowboys reportedly already considered bringing in Belichick this offseason. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman are both “fans” of Belichick and believe he still “has his fastball.” However, the team was hesitant about firing Nick Sirianni and replacing him with a coach who might only be there for a short period.

“You’ll have to start over again,” a source said of the Eagles’ thought process. “Who would replace him? He hasn’t had a good record of developing coaches. They were afraid that he’ll have changed everything and every person, and [then] you’ll be starting from scratch again. He didn’t demand those changes, but they felt like, if we hire him, we have to give everything to him and trust how he does it.”

The Cowboys are also a natural fit, but owner Jerry Jones “quickly” decided to stick with Mike McCarthy for the 2024 season. McCarthy will be coaching in the final year of his contract.

This article will be updated soon to provide more information and analysis.

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