Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said there is "no thought" inside the organization of replacing coach Jason Garrett.
Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones said coach Jason Garrett is "safe."
Cowboys signed coach Jason Garrett to a five-year, $30 million contract.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Cowboys are "on the brink" of a new five-year contract with coach Jason Garrett.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said Monday the team is working on a long-term extension with coach Jason Garrett.
Owner Jerry Jones insists Jason Garrett's job status beyond 2014 isn't contingent on the Cowboys making the playoffs.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reiterated Tuesday that he has no interest in relinquishing final say over the team's personnel matters.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is confident coach Jason Garrett won't have any issues turning the offense over to "passing-game coordinator" Scott Linehan.
Contract-year coach Jason Garrett says he's yet to have extension talks with the Cowboys.
The Cowboys won a coin flip over the Ravens and will therefore draft 16th overall in the May 8 draft.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is entering the final year of his contract in 2014.
Following Sunday night's season-ending loss to the Eagles, Jerry Jones reiterated that head coach Jason Garrett will return in 2014.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports the "current expectation" is owner Jerry Jones will fire head coach Jason Garrett if the Cowboys fail to make the playoffs.
Jerry Jones said head coach Jason Garrett will be back in 2014 no matter how the Cowboys season ends.