"I think what's important here is that I haven't given it any consideration," Jones said. "I like what he's doing as coach, so I haven't given it any consideration."
Jones would not comment on the status of offensive coordinator Bill Callahan and defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, saying there was "no hurry" to make final decisions on them.
"Well, I'm pleased that we have them," Jones said. "Now, we had a rough year, but we didn't necessarily have a rough year because of coaching in terms of our defense."
Jones added that he doesn't expect the amount of coaching changes that took place last year. But Kiffin's status remains very much in doubt. Team sources have told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that it's unlikely Kiffin will return in 2014. The Cowboys are mulling a retirement package for the 73-year-old.
Jones also defended his performance as general manager, believing that his team did a nice job managing the salary cap. He also credited a lot of the "close losses" as a reason to believe the team will improve in the future. Jones believes Garrett is a vastly improved coach compared to when he arrived in Dallas.