Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Cowboys will speak with former 49ers HC Mike Nolan regarding a coaching job in their secondary.
Dallas lost secondary coach Jerome Henderson to the Falcons, and it became clear every on that he wouldn’t be back with the team, so it’s shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the Cowboys are considering some options.
Nolan, 56, began his NFL career back in 1987 with the Broncos as a special teams coach. Since then, Nolan has worked for several NFL teams including the Giants, Redskins, Jets, Ravens, 49ers, Broncos, Dolphins, Falcons and most recently for the Chargers.
San Diego hired him as their linebackers coach last year, but he lasted just one season in that role before he was among the coaches fired last month.
During his four seasons as the 49ers head coach, Nolan produced a record of 18-37 (32.7 percent) and never posted a winning record.