Harbaugh Now Leading Candidate for Ravens Gig?


ESPN is reporting that Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett will stay in Dallas, having turned down the head coaching position in Baltimore. Garrett's presence will unfortunately ensure some continuity in the Cowboys' prolific offense, and it may also mean the Eagles will be without secondary coach John Harbaugh next year. Harbaugh is reportedly high on the Ravens' wishlist, and he's set to have his second interview with the team today.

Losing Garrett might have potentially been devastating to the Cowboys, forcing them to adopt a new coordinator's system next season instead of building on one that was highly successful in 2007. But Jerry Jones' public push to keep him and possibly raise his salary in order to do so may create an uneasy stir with the cowpokes down in Dallas. Garrett has already been heavily rumored to be the anointed next head coach for the Cowboys, and if Wade Phillips disappoints again and puts up anything less than a Super Bowl run in 2008, he could be out after just 2 years at the helm. Losing Harbaugh would be a blow to the Eagles' staff as well, but one they've been preparing for since last off-season.

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