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Report: Jason Garrett a candidate for Duke’s head coaching job

Mike Florio and Charean Williams make an AFC prediction, reveal the NFC team they're most confident in for the wild-card race, share the team they can't quite figure out, and select the coach under the most pressure.

The Giants fired Jason Garrett as offensive coordinator Nov. 23. He might soon return as a head coach.

Steve Wiseman of the News & Observer reports that Garrett is a candidate for Duke’s head coaching job. Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott and Texas A&M defensive coordinator Mike Elko also are on the school’s radar.

The Blue Devils and Cutcliffe parted ways Nov. 28 after 14 seasons. Cutcliffe went 77-97 with six bowl appearances.

Garrett was fired before completing his second season with the Giants.

He became the Cowboys’ interim head coach in 2010 before earning the full-time job. The Cowboys did not renew his contract after the 2019 season.

He has never coached at the collegiate level.