Jerry Jones Gives Ambiguous Answer To Cowboys Head Coach Question

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Angry’ Cowboys have ‘chippy’ practice Sunday ‘No one’s happy that’s for sure

"Jason Garrett is a good coach", Jones said when asked why he didn't move on from Garrett. As the owner and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, Jones has the vast majority of the team's power and does everything from negotiating contracts to making big roster decisions. "But there are qualified people". When I, this year, made a decision to go with a younger makeup of the coaching staff - I decided that - I felt strongly that we could go and do that.

There's no coach in the National Football League who's more familiar with the hot seat than Jason Garrett.

But following an embarrassing loss to the Buffalo Bills, Jones began singing a different, more optimistic tune when many thought he would be ready to make an in-season coaching change.

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Meanwhile, a report surfaced recently naming the Giants as a "real and legitimate" landing spot for Garrett should the Cowboys fire him and the Giants fire Pat Shurmur.

Here's Jones' full answer to the question posed by 105.3 The Fan's Shan Sharif of whether or not Garrett could earn an extension, as transcribed by WFAA's Mark Lane. That would go along with Jones' comments on Tuesday - that Garrett could still be coaching next year, even in the NFC East, just not in Dallas. It seems like a guarantee at this point that Garrett will finish out the season in Dallas so if you support the Cowboys, you shouldn't get ahead of yourself. "He's one of the smartest coaches and one of the hardest-working coaches".

At least for now, anyway.

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