The Dallas Cowboys will not make a change at offensive coordinator and will keep Bill Callahan at the position, even if Scott Linehan is added to the staff as an offensive play-caller, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.
Callahan, 57, previously served as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders for two seasons and has been the offensive coordinator for the Cowboys for two seasons. The Cowboys finished 2013 with the fifth-most points scored, but missed the postseason for a fourth consecutive season, mostly due to a 32nd-ranked defense.
Recent reports have indicated that former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan could be added to the Cowboys staff as an offensive play-caller. Linehan was the head coach for the St. Louis Rams for just over two seasons and he also has experience as an offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins.
Callahan is entering the final season of a three-year deal with the Cowboys.
Update: Interest in Scott Linehan was confirmed by Ian Rapoport, who reports the former Lions offensive coordinator will interview with the Dallas Cowboys as an offensive assistant.