Report: Jason Garrett will not be fired during season no matter what
Jason Garrett’s job status has been a consistent topic of discussion lately since his contract is expiring after the season. Though the Dallas Cowboys may be considering replacing him as their head coach, ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Ed Werder reported on Thursday that Garrett will not be replaced midseason.
Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones and EVP Stephen Jones plan to allow Jason Garrett to finish the season as the team’s head coach — no matter what, a high-ranking source familiar with their thinking told @WerderEdESPN.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 28, 2019
Garrett has been the team’s head coach since 2011. He actually replaced Wade Phillips midway through the 2010 season, which was the only time the Cowboys fired a coach midway through the season.
Even if Garrett keeps his job for the season, that doesn’t mean much. Owner Jerry Jones had some criticism for the team’s coaches after the loss to the Patriots last week. Various reports have suggested all along that
Dallas entered Thursday’s game against Buffalo with a 6-5 record.