Jerry Jones stated Wednesday that the delay in saying additions to Jason Garrett’s employees has nothing to do with the job standing of the Dallas Cowboys‘ head coach.
The Cowboys’ proprietor/normal supervisor referred to as into 105.three The Fan in an unscheduled look to make clear that the delay within the official bulletins of Jon Kitna as quarterbacks coach and the anticipated promotion of Kellen Moore to offensive coordinator has nothing to do with Garrett’s standing as head coach.
“Inside the employees we have made a number of commitments. However the cause that it is not being talked about will not be that Jason is on shaky floor,” Jones stated. “… It is simply that we’re placing collectively concepts and did not need to essentially make that a featured matter across the Tremendous Bowl. … All the things is correctly.”
It has been speculated that Garrett could be taking up the playcalling duties, however Jones hinted that the accountability could be Moore’s regardless of his inexperience.
“Jason’s going to be making an announcement right here actual shortly, however make no mistake about it, he will be a key man in what play is run on that soccer discipline,” Jones stated. “By key, in all probability have the last word accountability.”
Moore was the Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach final season after spending six NFL seasons as a backup quarterback.
Garrett has one yr remaining on his present contract. Jones would not talk about whether or not an extension is within the works for his coach, however he praised Garrett, who led the Cowboys to their second NFC East title in three seasons in 2018 and is 77-59 in 9 seasons as coach.
“There’s been some hypothesis that presumably I am somewhat glad with happening to those Tremendous Bowls with out having my group with me, which I am not,” Jones stated. “There may be completely an entire dedication.”