IRVING (AP) – Cowboys coach Jason Garrett isn’t ready to say if he will give up play-calling duties in 2013. He did say it would be his decision.

Garrett spent nearly 30 minutes Wednesday introducing the six new coaches on his staff before taking a question in his first offseason news conference Wednesday.

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He emphasized his ties to the newcomers, seemingly in anticipation of answering speculation that owner Jerry Jones was behind all the changes.

Garrett said offensive line coach Bill Callahan will have a stronger voice in the offense.

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The coach said his relationship with Jones was “no different” after the owner said he was going to make things uncomfortable following a third straight season without a trip to the playoffs.

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