Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett sits down with NBC 5 and The Dallas Morning News for a rare, personal interview.
Garrett talks not only about his new $30 million, 5-year contract, but also about his relationship with owner Jerry Jones and quarterback Tony Romo -- one he assures is "not a Bromance." He also talks about the Dez Bryant catch/noncatch and the side of himself that's not so disciplined.
NBC 5’s Meredith Land and Dallas Morning News columnist Alan Peppard sit down exclusively with the head coach.
"People are so nice here in Dallas, I can't even begin to tell you. Clearly they love football, they love the Cowboys and I've benefited from that."
Learn more about Garrett, outside of the X's and O's, in our exclusive on-camera interview. Also, read more on the Garrett interview from Peppard in Thursday's edition of The Dallas Morning News.
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