Garrett's wrapup speech could indicate his return

Associated Press
Dallas Cowboys interim head coach Jason Garrett reacts after a touchdown by tight end Jason Witten in the second half of an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, in Philadelphia. Dallas won 14-13. (AP Photo/Miles Kennedy)
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Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones have sent the Dallas Cowboys into the offseason by encouraging them to watch the playoffs and feel the frustration of not being a part of it.

Linebacker Bradie James said he considers the fact Garrett spoke to the group an indication that the interim coach will become the head coach.

Garrett went 5-3 in charge of a club that had been 1-7. His three losses were by a combined seven points.

League rules require Jones to interview a minority candidate. He is expected to meet with receivers coach Ray Sherman, who is black.

Whoever is in charge, there are likely to be plenty of changes following a season that began with expectations of playing in the Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium.

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