Jones to meet 2 final candidates before naming coach

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Saturday that he was waiting to interview two more candidates before naming a head coach -- hopefully by Tuesday.

League rules prevent him from saying who those coaches are, but ESPN's Chris Mortensen confirmed Sunday morning that Jones will interview Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera and Colts assistant head coach Jim Caldwell, probably on Monday.

"I have a leaning, but I want to try to be open-minded," Jones said Saturday.

Jones made his comments after former Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Two of Jones' head-coaching candidates, Norv Turner and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, also were in attendance.

Jones talked with Turner for an hour at a Thursday night party thrown by Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga, Mortensen reported.

Jones said a head coaching announcement would be made "the first part of next week."

Information from ESPN.com NFL writer Matt Mosley and ESPN's Chris Mortensen was used in this report.