After a seemingly long firing process of former coach Jason Garrett, the Dallas Cowboys have reportedly settled on a new head coach.

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reported that the Cowboys are set to hire former Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy. Glazer reported that an announcement and press conference are expected later this week.

McCarthy replaces Garrett, who was reportedly let go on Sunday, though reports of his firing, or contract expiring, have circulated for weeks. Garrett had the second-longest tenure with the franchise at more than nine seasons, which was behind Tom Landry’s 29 years. Garrett took over when Wade Phillips was fired midway through the 2010 season.

The Cowboys finished 8-8 in the 2019 season. It’s the fourth time Dallas finished 8-8 and missed the postseason under Garrett. They started 3-0 start, but stumbled down the stretch with losses in eight of 12 and games.

McCarthy won a Super Bowl in 2011 and went to three other NFC championship games with Green Bay. The Packers won at least 10 games in eight of his first 11 seasons before they went 7-9 in 2017. He was fired with the Packers at 4-7-1 last season.

McCarthy didn’t coach in the 2019 season, but had become a popular man on the interview circuit with reported interviews with Cleveland, Carolina and the New York Giants.