Jerry Jones says Dan Quinn ‘would love’ Cowboys’ head coaching job, adds Mike McCarthy will be gone ‘someday’

Dan Quinn had multiple opportunities to potentially become an NFL head coach again this offseason before returning to the Cowboys as the team’s defensive coordinator. That’s partly because there’s a good chance he’ll soon be the Cowboys’ head coach. Or at least that’s what team owner Jerry Jones strongly suggested while addressing reporters this week, saying Quinn would “love” the job and is qualified for it, while acknowledging that current coach Mike McCarthy won’t always hold the post.

McCarthy, who just finished his second season on the job, received assurances in January that he’d remain the coach for the 2022 season, according to CBS Sports’ Patrik Walker, albeit with expectations of a deeper playoff run next year. Jones, meanwhile, has been a bit less publicly committal than CEO Stephen Jones, and his comments this week were another reminder. Calling Quinn’s return to the defensive coordinator job “a major coup,” the owner said he wanted other teams interested in Quinn “to be thinking that they were talking to a guy who could be head coach of the Cowboys.”

Jones, of course, acknowledged that McCarthy is the guy for now, and that he’s comfortable with the former Packers coach entering 2022 atop the staff. But he repeatedly left the door open for Quinn, the ex-Falcons head coach, to take over. His first hint came when referencing Quinn alongside former assistants Jason Garrett and Sean Payton, who were once also sought by other teams as potential head coaches.

“(Quinn) stays here because … every one of those three coaches have said they’d love to be the head coach of the Cowboys,” Jones

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Team Secret adds iceiceice to revamped Dota 2 roster

Given that dropping equally zai and MATUMBAMAN in the article-Worldwide roster shuffle, Crew Secret has retained quiet and began producing moves to fill the void those departures left in what was a person of the most successful rosters in group background.

As a result of the use of a multi-portion comedian series themed around its Dota 2 players, Secret slowly but surely gave enthusiasts far more to search forward far too, in advance of at last confirming portion of the rumors and saying that veteran iceiceice is signing up for the roster.

Led by the mix of Puppey and YapzOr, Key established about generating its modifications internally—annoucing Nisha would make the swap absent from the mid lane and back again to playing protected lane in the upcoming period. And, even though this singular adjust does not signify considerably right now mainly because Solution performs a very fluid and adaptive fashion of Dota, it opens the door for a further addition a lot of believe is coming next. 

The Singaporean star iceiceice has been at the forefront of DotA given that 2005, generating the soar to Dota 2 in 2011, in which he aided Scythe.SG put third at the original TI—an party that his now captain won.

Linked: Qojqva moves to total-time streaming for Crew Liquid following MATUMBAMAN, zai acquisitions

From there, he has constantly jumped amongst groups, only remaining with the identical corporation for extra than a person year twice in his job, expending 2014 to 2016 with Vici Gaming and 2018 to 2020 on Fnatic. He is 1 of only two gamers to have attended a TI with seven different groups, and is tied with both equally KuroKy and LaNm for the second-most appearances at TI overall at 9, surpassed only by Puppey, who is the only participant

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BUSINESS BRIEFS: Open house at Kenver; PS21 adds four to board; Salisbury Bank holds 14th annual food drive

Kenver, Ltd. will hold an open house on Thursday, Nov. 4 from 4-6 p.m. The public is invited to meet the shop’s new owners while enjoying light refreshments. Illustration courtesy Kenver

SOUTH EGREMONT — On August 31, longtime South Egremont sportswear boutique and outdoor retail hub Kenver, Ltd. was sold to OvareVentures, which is headquartered in Glendale, California.

On Thursday, Nov. 4 from 4-6 p.m., the public is invited to meet Kenver’s new owners at an Open House. The South Egremont Spirit Shoppe will supply the beer and cheese, and Rubiner’s Cheesemongers & Grocers will bring the charcuterie.

Founded in 1959 by the late sportsman and skier Ken Vermeulen, Kenver specializes in best-in-category sports equipment, including skis, bikes, snowboards, and ice skates. Kenver also sells seasonal designer sporting apparel and footwear, and features a dedicated bootery cellar with fitting specialists as well as a curated collection of artisan wares and home accessories.

Kenver’s historic building at 39 Main Street was built in 1731 as a stagecoach stop, and it maintains its ambiance with fireplaces and antiques. Kenver has twice been named “Best of New England” in the Ski, Snowboard and Cross-Country Shop Awards presented by New England Winter Sports Representatives, Inc.

—A.K.

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PS21 welcomes four new board members

PS21’s new board members, L to R clockwise: Judith Albert, Sarah Chalfant, Leslie Lassiter, and Louis Hedgecock. Photos courtesy PS21

CHATHAM, N.Y.PS21 has welcomed Judith Albert, Sarah Chalfant, Louis Hedgecock, and Leslie Lassiter to its board of directors. Distinguished professionals in the fields of architecture, finance, law, and literary agency, they all share PS21’s commitment to expanding the audiences for original contemporary performing arts and artists in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Judith Albert is board chair of Cornerstone Capital Group, which develops and manages

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