The Dallas Cowboys will not make a head coaching change, as Mike McCarthy will return for the 2024 season, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday.
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has been tight-lipped about McCarthy's future since Sunday's wild-card round loss to the Green Bay Packers.
McCarthy, who has one year remaining on his contract, is 42-25 in four regular seasons with the Cowboys, including three straight 12-win campaigns and NFC East titles in 2021 and 2023. However, he has only one playoff win with Dallas. .
Several Dallas players, including quarterback Dak Prescott and left guard Tyler Smith, stood by McCarthy following the loss to the Packers. They said they appreciate McCarthy's willingness to take care of their health and well-being during the season.
“He's amazing. I don't know how he can be [questions about his status], but I understand the business,” Prescott said. “… I had the season I had because of him. This team has got the success he got. And I understand that it's about winning the Super Bowl, and that's certainly the standard of the league and the standard of this place. I understand.”