Dallas Cowboys' offensive coordinator Bill Callahan may be an unhappy camper if the team decides to bring in former St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan. Talks in Dallas of bringing Linehan in to be the offensive play caller have made Callahan a little unsettled.
Even if the Cowboys brought Linehan in and kept the same title of offensive coordinator for Callahan it would still be looked at as a demotion. Callahan will be unhappy according to league sources if the Cowboys do hire a new play caller.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that Callahan isn't going anywhere, he is under contract for the 2014 season. There is talk, however, that if the move happens that he could leave to pursue the vacant Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator position.
Jones and head coach Jason Garrett have disagreed on who should be the play caller for the offense, hiring Linehan would be a compromise to the situation. That compromise will leave Callahan unhappy and could cause him to leave Dallas.