Cowboys Continue to Delay Jason Garrett Firing—If There is One

FILE PHOTO: Dec 10, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett throws the ball prior to the game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

The interviews have started, countless others have been scheduled and in Dallas they deliberate again.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has over nine seasons of evidence as to what he has in Jason Garrett as a head coach. But it will take him at least three meetings to decide whether or not to bring him back next season, as the sides get set to gather again on Thursday.

All signs were still pointing to Jones letting Garrett go with the coach’s contract scheduled to expire on Jan. 14, but ESPN’s Ed Werder reported on Thursday that “people inside the building have begun to wonder if Garrett is going to have a role with the 2020 #Cowboys – whether as head coach or in another capacity.”

Still as the Cowboys delay hits 2020, other teams — including two of their biggest rivals — have quickly moved forward in their coaching searches.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Justin Terranova