11:50 PM ET 11.11 | When Mike Holmgren left the Browns last month, he didn't rule out a return to coaching. And according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the rumors are already starting to fly as to where Holmgren could end up (i.e. the Dallas Cowboys). Holmgren, who is finishing up a disappointing three-year run as the Browns' team president, has said he would consider a return to coaching, where he already has a case for potential Hall of Fame induction. Some sources who know Holmgren well believe Dallas is the one potential opening that would truly interest him, given the competitiveness of the roster, the skill players present and his long relationship with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Holmgren and Jones worked closely together for more than a decade on the NFL's Competition Committee. If the perfect scenario does not arise, sources close to Holmgren expect him to retire. It's interesting that Dallas has come up as Holmgren's preferred choice, given the fact that Jason Garrett is currently the head coach there and few "official" signs have been given that he will be let go at the end of the season.