Cowboys home for playoffs, Garrett future uncertain

Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones have sent the Dallas Cowboys into the offseason by encouraging them to watch the playoffs and feel the frustration of not being a part of it.
Linebacker Bradie James said he considers the fact Garrett spoke
to the group an indication that the interim coach will become the
head coach.
Garrett went 5-3 in charge of a club that had been 1-7. His
three losses were by a combined seven points.
League rules require Jones to interview a minority candidate. He
is expected to meet with receivers coach Ray Sherman, who is black.
Whoever is in charge, there are likely to be plenty of changes
following a season that began with expectations of playing in the
Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium.


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