ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is looking to make more changes regarding the team’s coaching staff, via Pro Football Talk.
Having already fired DC Rob Ryan and replaced him with Monte Kiffin, Mortensen mentions that Jones is now considering removing Jason Garrett‘s play-calling duties and possibly firing tight end coach John Garrett, who just happens to be his brother.
Garrett has come under scrutiny for his play-calling and poor clock management, so isn’t exactly a huge surprise to see Jones consider some changes.
John Garret has reportedly been calling teams around regarding potential coaching jobs, so he appears to be on the way out.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk speculates that there’s a chance that Jones could look to replace Garrett with ESPN analyst Jon Gruden at some point if things don’t work or if Garrett is unwilling to make some of these changes.