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Jerry Jones provides hint on Jason Garrett's future as Dallas Cowboys head coach

Daily Star Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Jason Garrett has come under increasing pressure at Dallas Cowboys as head coach and Jerry Jones has hinted what the future holds
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has let his thoughts be known on head coach Jason Garrett's future. Katie Johnston reports.

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