Jason Garrett is anticipated to be with the Cowboys for the foreseeable future, regardless of the very fact there was some uncertainty about his job safety to start out the season.
Dallas is planning to increase the coach’s contract throughout the offseason, based on NFL Community, which cited unidentified sources. The report provides Garrett was by no means “in bother with the Cowboys,” although the group was 3-5 at midseason.
The Cowboys now are “constructive” the 52-year-old can be the franchise’s coach of the longer term. The 2 sides will spend this offseason negotiating a long-term deal that’s anticipated to be “fairly profitable,” the report says.
From @gmfb Weekend: The #Cowboys are all in regards to the playoffs now, however after the season they’re going to get right down to enterprise. They’ll work to increase coach Jason Garrett’s contract. pic.twitter.com/SOTAjh6jts
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 12, 2019
Garrett is below contract via the 2019 season after signing a five-year, $30 million deal in January 2015.
Hypothesis that Garrett was on the new seat began firstly of the season, however these rumors have quieted after the Cowboys gained seven of their closing eight video games and reached the playoffs for the third time in 5 seasons.
The Cowboys secured the NFC East title with a 10-6 file and made it into the divisional spherical with a 24-22 win over the Seahawks within the wild-card spherical.
Dallas travels to L.A. Memorial Coliseum on Saturday to face the Rams with kickoff scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET.