In news that will surprise no one, the Dallas Cowboys are expected to introduce Jason Garrett as the team’s next head coach later today. Jerry Jones said that a press conference is scheduled for Wednesday, and that presser will likely bring good news to Garrett.
“I’m really pleased with how this has turned out, frankly, relative to these last eight ball games. I’m proud we’ve had the success we’ve had. It’s better than it could have been,” Jerry Jones said. “I think we’ll have a lot of this done by the afternoon. We probably won’t really be ready to talk about this until tomorrow.”
The only person interviewed for the job other than Garrett was receivers coach Ray Sherman — to satisfy the Rooney Rule — and Miami Dolphins assistant head coach Todd Bowles, who could end up as the team’s defensive coordinator. Stay tuned tomorrow for the big — but expected — news.