Sources Say Garrett Officially Named Head Coach

Several sources are reporting that the Dallas Cowboys have removed the interim tag from Jason Garrett role and have named him the next head coach.

NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi is reporting that the Cowboys have removed the interim label from head coach Jason Garrett.

A high-ranking team source tells Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that “Jason Garrett will likely be named the Dallas Cowboys’ head coach.”

Jason Garrett becoming the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys for the 2011 season has gone from “likely” to definite. – Pro Football Talk

We are still awaiting the official word from the team but it seems the decision has been made.

Congratulations Jason Garrett, the 8th head coach of America’s Team!

Comments
  1. Derek S.

    Congrats on breaking this story before ESPN did…they are still saying the outcome of today’s game will determine whether he gets the gig…what a joke.

  2. Tom

    I’m not opposed to this at all…as long as he’s willing to make the tough decisions like blowing up the secondary and linebacker corps and adding a O-Lineman or three, I’m all in. One thing for sure is that we needed the Jimmy Johnson style of coaching to get some freaking discipline into this bunch!

  3. Michael

    I agree with Tom as long as he starts over in the secondary, including the coach. Find some players with not only discipline but the drive to win. I’m tired of seeing players walking around smiling after getting their butt handed to them. Have a little pride in how you play. Also, any penalty for showboating after a score, needs a harsh cash penalty from the team. I’m hoping Garrett will fix both….