The Dallas Cowboys organization yet again finds itself plagued by distractions due to Jerry Jones’ penchant for generating headlines with his off-the-cuff remarks and outsized personality.
Jerry Jones has made it abundantly clear this week that he’s unhappy with the Dallas Cowboys’ coaching staff, beginning with Jason Garrett.
Despite the two-game slide, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones insists Garrett’s safe even if Las Vegas doesn’t necessarily see it that way.
Jason Witten shocked the NFL world Thursday by announcing he will leave the “Monday Night Football” booth and return to playing tight end for the Dallas Cowboys.
Jerry Jones insists that there’s much ado about nothing as it pertains to outside speculation about Jason Garrett’s status with the team.
The Dallas Cowboys are riding high courtesy of Saturday’s 24-22 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in the wild-card round, and Jerry Jones has since indicated Jason Garrett’s performance t
ason Garrett seems to be perpetually coaching for his job.
Jerry Jones on Tuesday weighed in on how Jason Garrett was criticized for attending Game 3 of the World Series in Los Angeles on Friday, saying that there’s nothing wrong with “little bit
Jason Garrett on Tuesday weighed in for the first time on Monday’s blockbuster deal that netted Amari Cooper.
There have been no concrete hints that Jerry Jones is considering firing Jason Garrett.
Rumors this week suggested that Jason Garrett’s controversial decision to punt on 4th-and-1 in overtime during Sunday’s loss to the Houston Texans put the beleaguered Dallas Cowboys head c
Jason Garrett not surprisingly was asked this week about an intriguing tweet on Tuesday from Dez Bryant in which the former Dallas Cowboys — and current free agent — wide receiver express
Jason Garrett arguably stated the obvious this week when saying that the Dallas Cowboys’ decision to release Dez Bryant proved to be “a challenging situation.
Jerry Jones has now on repeated occasions indicated Jason Garrett will indeed return as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys for the 2017 NFL season. And Garrett couldn’t be more grateful.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Tuesday once again made it clear that Jason Garrett will indeed return as head coach next season.