Adam Schefter and Todd Archer are reporting that Cowboys owner Jerry Jonesis not expected to extend the contract of HC Jason Garrett this offseason, which means Garrett will enter the final year of his contract.
Jones said recently that Garrett isn’t on shaky ground entering the 2019 season.
“Within the staff we’ve made several commitments. But the reason that it’s not being talked about is not that Jason is on shaky ground,” Jones said, via ESPN.com. “… It’s just that we’re putting together ideas and didn’t want to necessarily make that a featured topic around the Super Bowl. … Everything is as it should be.”
A report from a few weeks ago said that Dallas was expected to open extension talks with Garrett this offseason. However, it appears as though the Cowboys are comfortable with Garrett being a lame-duck coach in 2019.