Could we not have seen the last of Jason Garrett with the Cowboys.
With Dallas failing to make the post season with one of the most talented rosters in all of the NFL and every thing he could ever need at his disposal via Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett’s fate seemed all but sealed, but with day after day passing with no word out of Arlington, some are having second thoughts.
ESPN Senior Reporter Ed Werder is reporting that Cowboys staffers believe Garrett, whose current contract expires before the new season, may end up remaining with the team in some capacity, whether it’s on the sideline as head coach or in another role.
I’m live on #NFL Live in 90 minutes. As Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett resume their series of meetings, I can tell you this: 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.
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) January 2, 2020
Typically coaches are relived of their duties on “Black Monday”, the day after the regular season ends, but the Cowboys have had a series of meetings to discuss Garrett’s future, with no conclusion in sight.
Music to the rest of the NFC East’s ears.