Jason Garrett has still not been officially relieved of his duties as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys but a conclusion is expected soon. After that, Dallas is expected to aggressively move forward in their search for a new head coach.
Jerry Jones and company were scheduled to meet with Garrett at The Star on Thursday but the meeting didn’t happen. Prior to the meeting, word had leaked the Cowboys were rumored to be considering keeping Garrett with the organization but in a different role. However, at this point, it’s looking more like a total separation is the most-likely scenario.
When the Cowboys part ways with Garrett as head coach, he’ll finish with a record of 85-67, second to only Tom Landry in the organization. However, the Cowboys never advanced beyond the divisional round under Garrett and only won two playoff games.