Wade Phillips Says He'd Coach Again… In Dallas

Phillips coached the Dallas Cowboys for three plus seasons from 2007-2010

Aside from two separate stints as interim head coach of the Houston Texans during the 2013 season, Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has not had a head coaching job in the NFL since he was fire mid-season by the Dallas Cowboys in 2010.

But if he were to take over as head coach of a team again, he’d want it to be the Cowboys.

If it ever comes open again in Dallas,” Phillips said, via Michael Jaycox of Mile High Sports.

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Phillips was 34-22 in his three and a half seasons as Cowboys head coach, and is 82-64 all time as a head coach in the regular season. He is 1-5 in the playoffs, though that one playoff win came with the Cowboys, over the Eagles in the Wild Card round in 2009.

That said, Jason Garrett just oversaw a 4-12 season without his seat heating up at all, so it’s not like the job is even close to coming open again.

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