It appears that Jason Garrett will be back in Dallas in 2013, whether or not the Cowboys are able to beat the Redskins to earn an NFC East crown and a playoff berth.
According to a report on Sunday, Jerry Jones hasn’t given any thought to making a change at head coach.
“I didn’t hear that and have not even thought about anything different than Jason being our coach,” Jones said, per the Dallas Morning News. “That’s the only response that I have to it. … Seriously, and I’ll be real serious about it, I have no thoughts about making a coaching change.”
For all the Cowboys’ struggles this season, Garrett has the team in control of their own destiny at 8-7.
“There’s not a thought,” Jones added, “there have been no conversations about anything differently than our keeping Jason.”
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