Two NFL teams have reached out to former Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell for vacant head coaching jobs, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

The Washington Commanders reportedly reached out to Caldwell to fill the team’s offensive coordinator vacancy, but he informed the team that he was only interested in head coaching vacancies. Caldwell revealed that he already interviewed for 2 head coaching jobs this month.

Caldwell was last a head coach for the Detroit Lions in 2017. He will be looking to return to a head coaching job after 5 years. He coached the Lions from 2014 to 2017. His job with the Lions was his 2nd time as a head coach in the NFL.

Prior to being the Lions’ head coach, Caldwell was the Indianapolis Colts’ head coach from 2009 to 2011. Caldwell has decades of experience as an assistant coach in the NFL and college football.

Caldwell last spent time in the B1G with Penn State as the program’s quarterbacks coach from 1986 to 1992. Penn State was a member of the B1G for 2 of Caldwell’s 6 seasons with the program. After Caldwell left Penn State, he served as Wake Forest’s head coach from 1993 to 2000.

Caldwell started his coaching career as a graduate assistant for Iowa in 1977. He also had a stint with Northwestern in 1981 as an offensive assistant.

If Caldwell is hired as a head coach, it will likely be his last opportunity to land that job.