Jason Garrett set for “good visit” with Jerry and Stephen Jones Monday

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Jason Garrett said after Sunday’s win over Washington that he had “no idea” if he’d be back as the Cowboys head coach in 2020, but he may get some sense of his future on Monday.

Garrett said on 105.3 The Fan Monday morning that he will meet with the team around noon and then move on to meet with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and executive vice president Stephen Jones.

“We’ll have a good visit and see what’s next,” Garrett said, via Jon Machota of TheAthletic.com.

Jerry Jones said on Sunday that he would not “shut any door” in regard to Garrett. Garrett’s contract expires later this month and his departure would mean head coaching changes for the three NFC East teams that failed to qualify for the playoffs this season.

59 responses to “Jason Garrett set for “good visit” with Jerry and Stephen Jones Monday

  1. Anyone else see the smile on Garrett’s face after their loss yesterday? There was undoubtedly some disappointment, but that smile was relief that he won’t have to coach under Jerry Jones any longer.

  2. Luckily Stephen will be there also hopefully to keep Jerry from changing his mind about getting rid of “Opie” and giving him a 10 year extension instead.

  3. I have a feeling that Jason Garrett is somehow someway going to walk out of that meeting with a contract extension like Chuck Pagano did that one year.

  4. What does Garrett care. He’s made 10s of millions of dollars as a mediocre head coach. Should probably take his money and go enjoy life and get out of the NFL grind.

  5. I honestly don’t think I have it in me to remain a Cowboys fan unless Garrett is gone. I’ve tried (unsuccessfully) once or twice before to denounce my fanhood, including a time I tore up a Romo jersey and threw it at him as he walked off the field after a loss! LOL – Good times… but seriously, this will be the last straw. Howdy Doody has to go, or I have to.

  6. Would not be surprised if he asks Garrett to stay in the organization in some sort of advisory position. Laugh if you want but he has real affection for the man…

  7. He’ll get a one year “prove it” deal if he can talk them into it. If they had their minds made up about letting him go, they would have done so first thing this morning or even yesterday. Top candidates are already signed up for interviews, Rivera won’t leave D.C. without a deal unless he doesn’t like it.

  8. Hopefully, this fan has only 1 hr. and 17 minutes, to hear the news, she has waited over 5 years for 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

    For Giants’ fans, if any of the rumors floating around are true, about JG coming to the Giants, May God Bless you, in all sincerity!!!

  9. It come down to what does Jerry really want? A yes man who gives into what ever Jerry wants, or a real coach that is able to get to the Super Bowl.

    As a Cowboy fan, I hoping Jerry will bring in a real coach this time, let him coach and make decisions on what he wants, and for Jerry just to be the Cowboys pitch man.

    That’s the beauty of America, everybody can hope!

  10. factschecker says:
    December 30, 2019 at 11:15 am

    Jeepers that sure is a nice suit you are wearing Mr. Jones.

    Coach Eddie Haskell.

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    ….and gosh Mrs. Jones, you look swell today……

  11. After 25 years of not meeting expectations, Jones should be looking in the mirror for a change. A new coach may be the least of his problems.

  12. Jerruh,
    You should keep Jason Garrett as your coach forever, success is just around the corner.

    Sincerely,
    A person who hates the Cowboys

  13. Just in all the other teams are sending money to Garrett to stay the coach of the cowboys because the cowboys have no chance of he’ll ever winning a super bowl or even a play off game with him at the helm, which means better chances for them winning the division

  14. He Should had been fired a long time ago. # 1 seeded team and could not beat a wildcard team in 1st round playoff game. Very over rated team and very poor coaching . Lead to mediocre team 9-7,8-8 etc. Not a Cowboys fan. But they have some good player’s on the team. Jones should be moving own to another HC this year. If not expect the cowboys to continue to be mediocre at best.Which as a NFC fan is not a bad thing for the rest of the teams.

  15. Dallas fans need to realize it won’t matter if Jason Garrett is fired or not. He is not whats wrong with the Dallas Cowboys, he is only one of the symptoms.

    There is only one person who can be fired that will ever make any difference to the product the Cowboys have put on the field now for a quarter of a century (Say that again to yourself…yeah!) and that one person is Jerry Jones.

    Until Jerry Jones decides to get his own ego out of the way (and he won’t) what you have seen all these years, regardless who the coach, the star running back or quarterback, what you see is what you will get.

    It’s really a shame but this is the sad reality for Cowboy fans. We are all in love with the Cowboys but the Cowboys of yesteryear. Unfortunately this is now and this is our reality.

  16. cookerduff123 says:
    December 30, 2019 at 11:23 am
    Anyone else see the smile on Garrett’s face after their loss yesterday? There was undoubtedly some disappointment, but that smile was relief that he won’t have to coach under Jerry Jones any longer.
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    Uhh, Dallas won yesterday. 47-16 over the Redskins. Any coach should have a smile on their face after blowing out a divisional opponent.

  17. Jerry is a big mouth but he aint stupid. Just who is he going to replace him with. As they say, watch what you wish for. Unless he has an ace in the hole, someone on the sidelines ready to step in, Jerry will welcome Garrett back.
    I like Garrett as a person but think both sides need a change of scenary.

  18. cookerduff123 says:
    December 30, 2019 at 11:23 am
    Anyone else see the smile on Garrett’s face after their loss yesterday? There was undoubtedly some disappointment, but that smile was relief that he won’t have to coach under Jerry Jones any longer.
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    The Cowboys won the game….

  19. It should read a “goodbye” visit. If Jerruh doesn’t fire Garrett, he is even more clueless than we all know he is.
    The truth is though, Jerruh Jones should be firing Jerruh Jones. He is a lousy GM and would have been fired by any owner in the league several years ago.
    Personally, as one who is a Cowboys hater, I hope Jones stays in charge and keeps Garrett so that their crappy play continues.
    How ’bout dem Cowboys, huh Jerruh?????

  20. cookerduff123 says:
    December 30, 2019 at 11:23 am
    Anyone else see the smile on Garrett’s face after their loss yesterday? There was undoubtedly some disappointment, but that smile was relief that he won’t have to coach under Jerry Jones any longer.

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    Cooker is really on top of things. LOL

  21. After Rivera is gone, with McCarthy soon after, there will be no good options left. So leave him there, two year contract, but major coaching changes,

    Or keep him in the organization. Give him a piece of the team. And let him do scouting, etc.

    He is not a SB winning HC. He is not Freddie Kitchens or Hueless Jackson, either.

    Truthfully, what he ought to really think about is taking a HC job in the college game. Or maybe go work with Nick Saban, the great coach rehabilitator…

  22. as a cowboys fan sundays results couldnt have been any worse. i would have rather cowboys get killed than light up redskins. everyone knows how jones works, you he may possibly think: hey we were really clicking sunday! maybe things turned around lets give garrett another year!

  23. A good visit would be everyone on the coaching staff with the exclusion of Rod maranelli ,who should have never been relieved of calling the defense,scuttling out the building and become the giants new coaching staff

  24. Keep Garrett and get a new GM and O Coordinator. Jones Senior is the issue and the losses pilled up with very average play calling. This was Jones’ hire. The defense is set with players and coaching, but the Offense appeared very predictable. .

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