Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Todd Bowles: Interview 'went good'
By Calvin Watkins
IRVING -- The Cowboys finished up an interview with Miami Dolphins assistant coach Todd Bowles on Wednesday and it appears no more are scheduled for the day.
Bowles said of the nearly two hour interview: "It went good. I was grateful for the chance to come in here and they thought enough of me to come in here and interview and that was good."
The Cowboys have interviewed wide receivers coach Ray Sherman and now Bowles to satisfy the Rooney Rules. However, multiple sources have said interim coach Jason Garrett is the favorite to get the job full-time.
Bowles was an assistant coach with the Cowboys from 2005-to-2007 so that helped in the process.
"It was like old times," Bowles said as he walked to a rental car at the Valley Ranch complex.
We'll have more later.