The shake-ups continue.
Earlier today, the Cowboys reportedly let go two of their top assistant coaches, releasing Wade Wilson from his role as QB coach and Joe Baker form his role as secondary coach. Now, the train rolls on.
The New England Patriots are also likely going to be losing some big-time members of their coaching staff, including coordinators Matt Patricia and Josh McDaniels, who are top head coaching options for vacant teams.
According to reports, if McDaniels does leave, the Cowboys will likely lose one of their own.
Sources believe that if McDaniels does leave for a new job, Cowboys passing game coordinator Matt Eberflus will likely be his replacement, taking over the offense with Tom Brady at the helm in Foxboro.
Nothing is confirmed yet, but the chances are that both McDaniels AND Patricia leave later this year. If that happens, Eberflus might be heading north as well.