Jerry Jones Not Expected to Extend Jason Garrett's Contract

Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones

Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones

Despite this, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is doubling down on his support of the head coach and said that no announcements have been made regarding his staff because the team simply doesn't feel like the time is right.

According to Schefter, the coach's contract will not be extended short or long term.

Jones was asked about an extension for Garrett during an interview with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Wednesday.

That means Garrett would entire the final year of his contract fighting for his job. "But the reason that it's not being talked about is not that Jason is on shaky ground", Jones said.

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"Well, that's Cole Beasley, that's Cole Beasley.I love Cole, love what he's about and do appreciate him as far as not just all of that, but appreciate him as a weapon to help us win football games".

"I saw him, introduced myself, really personal, and said 'Man, you looked pretty good out there, I'm proud of you, '" Jones recounted. "[But] it's not enough, not enough". Under Garrett, the Cowboys have never advanced past the divisional round of the postseason.

Garrett, 52, is 77-59 in the regular season and 2-3 in the postseason in his almost nine seasons at the helm in Dallas. After a home playoff victory over Seattle, Dallas got dashed from the playoffs in a 30-22 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round.

The Cowboys announced Thursday that Kellen Moore would take over offensive coordinator duties and former signal-caller Jon Kita would take over the QB coach position, as Dallas attempts to reimagine a stuffy offense.

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