Sports Minute: Garrett still coach of Cowboys as Jerry Jones stays silent
By SCHUYLER DIXON
AP Pro Football Writer
FRISCO, Texas (AP) - Jason Garrett is still coach of the Dallas Cowboys after a week of rampant speculation about his job. Garrett's contract is expiring after the Cowboys missed the playoffs in what figured to be a make-or-break season. People with knowledge of the situation say Garrett has been at team headquarters off an on all week. His contract expires Jan. 14. Garrett didn't meet with reporters Monday, a departure from previous years. He still held exit interviews with players and also met with Jerry Jones and his son Stephen Jones, executive vice president of personnel.
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