IRVING (105.3 THE FAN) — There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Dallas Cowboys. Will Tony Romo play on Sunday? Is Jason Garrett coaching for his job?
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones jumped on 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday, directly answering at least one of the questions.
“I said early — I did it purposely several weeks back — I said that certainly in terms of looking at the future, [Garrett’s] future is bright with the Dallas Cowboys,” said Jones.
“In Jason’s case, at this time in his career, he’s learning leaps and bounds and learning literally everyday. I want our team to take advantage of that. There’s been nothing in the time he’s been a head coach, nothing in the time he was a coordinator and a player before that, that shows that he does not have the ability to do everything required to be a coach in the NFL…That’s the basis on how I feel the way I do.”