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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett met with the media as they kicked off training camp this week. He once again made it clear that Garrett isn’t coaching for his job this season.
“Well, I wouldn’t use the word fair. It’s a mistake, that’s not right,” Jones said, via NFL.com. ”One of the real opportunities we got here … (Garrett’s) been directly involved in the coaching of (Tony) Romo for six years. When he got here, Romo had never had the same guy two years in a row. We’re going to take advantage of that.”
Jones referred to Garrett as a “safety net” for Romo.
“If you’re in close here, you see how Jason is responding to obviously unsatisfactory times.” Jones said. “And I can tell you firsthand that’s impressive. So I like that as far as looking ahead at the future. It is very good. And so that everything I’m thinking about is not only about how to beat the Giants when we open up but also about what our future is in a positive way with Jason. And I
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Garrett and Jones in Oxnard press-conference
The Cowboys recently arrived in Oxnard, California to begin training camp, and Jerry Jones is already making headlines.
In his first press conference the Owner/GM declared that Head Coach Jason Garrett isn’t on the hot seat.
You sure about that one Jerry?
Jones stated that the 2013 season will not be an armageddon year for Garrett, which...
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Jerry Jones opened his 25th training camp as owner of the Dallas Cowboys sounding as if coach Jason Garrett would be around for 25 more.
The first vote of confidence came even before someone could ask Saturday in the annual "State of the Cowboys" address that Jones gives on the eve of camp.
The words got stronger when the questions started. Jones...
Jerry Jones has been known to lie, so take this with a grain of salt.
If the Cowboys don’t make the playoffs again, Garrett will be out of a job.
Toward the end of his press conference Saturday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked by a reporter whether it was proper to say that it was a “win-or-else” season for head coach Jason Garrett, who has two years left on his contract...
Media sessions in training camp are usually a pretty straightforward endeavor. Reporters ask coaches how they think the offseason has gone, and the coaches say how much they're looking forward to the season and they feel great about their teams. Rarely do we actually get a gem from such a session, but that's what happened in Oxnard, CA at the Cowboys' training camp.
After consecutive 8-8 seasons and a 21-19 overall record as head coach, some might think the 2013 season is a make-or-break campaign for Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. If the Cowboys make the playoffs, Garrett keeps his job. If the Cowboys miss the postseason for a fourth straight year, Garrett is replaced.
During his press conference to kick off the start of training camp...
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gave coach Jason Garrett a vote of
confidence on Saturday.
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told the media today that they plan on running the ball more this season.
Jason Garrett said cowboys will run the ball more this year.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) July 20, 2013
If the Cowboys are going to run the ball more in 2013, they’re going to need DeMarco Murray to stay healthy and another...
OXNARD, Calif. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is listed on the roster at 236 pounds to start training camp, six pounds heavier than he was listed in last years media guide.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Sunday that Romo is one pound over his "prescribed playing weight."
Romo said after the first practice of training camp that he is between 227 and 230 pounds...
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OXNARD, Calif. -- With Hollywood just down the highway from the host city of Dallas Cowboys training camp, it seems appropriate that the opening of the proceedings here have the flavor of a tripleheader at the Cineplex.
It's part "Armageddon." It's part "Napoleon Dynamite." And it's part a blockbuster conquistadors film waiting to be made.
Watching Jerry Jones answer difficult questions is always a comical affair, usually ending with long lines of explanation that really don't tell us much at all. With the Cowboys training camp opening, Jones was at it again.
"He's [Jason Garrett] been directly involved in the coaching of Romo for six years," Jones said via Les Carpenter of Yahoo Sports. "...
Cowboys defensive lineman Jay Ratliff injured his hamstring while running during today’s conditioning test.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Ratliff will undergo an MRI on his hamstring.
“We’ll just evaluate that as we go with Rat,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. “Rat’s had a few different things going on over the last year that he’s dealt with. He has...
The Cowboys will keep an informal "pitch count" on quarterback Tony Romo's throws in training, coach Jason Garrett said Saturday.
Romo did not participate in any off-season work after having surgery in April to remove a cyst on his back.
Romo, who has been working out on his own to stay in shape, was cleared to return to practice at the start of training camp. However...
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett said quarterback Tony Romo will be able to fully participate when training camp starts Sunday in Oxnard.
Romo sat out all of the organized team activities and mini-camp in the off-season while recovering from surgery to have a cyst removed from his back.
Romo and the team's brass downplayed his absence from workouts throughout...