Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says big changes are on the horizon for the team. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had made it clear that things are going to change in Dallas. The Cowboys' season ended in disappointing fashion on Sunday, when the Redskins beat the Cowboys 28-18, a loss that featured three Tony Romo interceptions.
But Jones has said that Romo will not be a part of those changes, and head coach Jason Garrett at least survived Black Monday. Back when the Cowboys were alive for the postseason, Jones said Garrett will stay with the team--whether that's still true is unconfirmed.
Jones told The Fan's New School on 105.3 that changes are coming, but wouldn't say what.
“I can assure you guys — I can assure our fans — it’s going to be very uncomfortable for the next few weeks and months at Valley Ranch."
While Garrett has said Romo is a "big part"
of the Cowboys future, Jones declined to comment today on the future of the head coach or defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.