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Posted: Tuesday January 30, 2007 9:44AM; Updated: Tuesday January 30, 2007 9:44AM
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The Cowboys new coach could be announced as early as Wednesday, and Norv Turner appears to be in the lead.
The Cowboys new coach could be announced as early as Wednesday, and Norv Turner appears to be in the lead.
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Norv Turner appears to be in the lead to replace Bill Parcells. An NFL source said that the Cowboys are expected to conclude their search soon and that the new coach could be announced Wednesday.
-- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Word is the 49ers have informally approached the Raiders about building a new home -- together. The stadium, which would be shared by the two rivals, very well could be in Santa Clara, where the Niners are pursuing new digs next to Great America.
-- San Francisco Chronicle

Amid some quiet criticism floating from Miami that the Cowboys did not adequately satisfy the "Rooney Rule" by not interviewing a minority candidate, the team is taking no chances. The Cowboys plan to interview Mike Singletary, who is African-American, today. By definition, the Cowboys complied with the "Rooney Rule" when they interviewed secondary coach Todd Bowles last week.
-- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Jerry Jones has no plans to talk with Dan Reeves about the Cowboys' head-coaching vacancy  though Reeves has called Dallas, wants the job and has the best credentials of any candidate available.
-- San Antonio Express-News

The possibility that the Super Bowl could be his last game certainly exists, though Tony Dungy said it's something he hasn't thought a lot about.
-- Philadelphia Daily News

There appear to be several reasons why Chicago free agent linebacker Lance Briggs coming to the Patriots this offseason is a longshot. Even if Briggs isn't tagged and the Pats came in with a competitive offer, there's the issue of Bill Belichick's defensive system to deal with. Briggs flourishes in the Bears' "Tampa 2" defense. It's far more glamorous than the Pats' gap-control, 3-4 scheme.
-- Boston Herald

Several more players will have to agree to lower their cap figures in order to make space to sign free agents as the Redskins seek to improve a 5-11 team. They have approached several key veterans already, sources said, and likely will speak with agents for quarterback Mark Brunell, cornerback Shawn Springs, tackle Jon Jansen, and defensive linemen Renaldo Wynn and Phillip Daniels, among others.
-- Washington Post

The Titans interviewed Jaguars director of pro personnel Charles Bailey on Monday, bringing the total number of interviewees to seven. Seahawks vice president/football administration Mike Reinfeldt is still believed to be the leading candidate, according to league sources with knowledge of the situation.
-- Nashville City Paper

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