Coach Jason Garrett is safe. The general manager is Jerry Jones, so we imagine he'll remain in place as well. Rob Ryan is less secure, and Garrett fell short of confirming the defensive coordinator will return for a third season.
"If you think about the number of guys we lost on defense -- starting, marquee players who are just simply out -- and the other guys who are battling through injuries and the challenges he had bringing guys from the practice squad up, from off the street and on our team and literally playing them two days later, that happened a number of different times, and I thought he did a really good job managing that situation," Garrett said, via The Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
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"We had to make adjustments in our schemes to try to fit to what these guys are capable of doing, and it was challenging. There's no question about it. But he never blinked."
"I would certainly anticipate the status quo from that standpoint," Garrett said.