Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t ready to speak on the playcalling situation, a subject that’s on a lot of folks’ minds this offseason.
"I wouldn’t address any of that until we finalize everything and we’re in the process of that," Jones said this week, per ESPN Dallas.
In 2013, the team’s playcalling system was murky and, frankly, strange. Going into the season, offensive coordinator Bill Callahan was left to his own devices to call plays. But after the offense suffered through a few seemingly mismanaged games, the system was changed so Callahan’s calls would go through Jason Garrett--who had called the plays from 2007-2012--on the sidelines.
Both Jones and Garrett have been tight-lipped over whether Callahan’s duties will change again in 2014.
"Those guys are under contract and we’re always trying to figure out ways to do things better and that starts with us as a coaching staff and we’ll keep looking into what everyone's roles are and how everything settles down," Garrett said. "We do have some coaches who are out of contract and we’re trying to get those things settled and were in the process of those conversations, right now."
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