Mavericks' Mark Cuban thinks Cowboys' Jones shouldn't fire Jason Garrett

The Dallas Cowboys could be looking for a new head coach this offseason. There have been reports that Jason Garrett is coaching for his job in the season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles. Meanwhile, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has repeatedly said that Garrett isn’t coaching for his job.

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has said now weighed in on what he thinks the Cowboys should do.

From Dwain Price of the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram:

“I think Jerry would be quite crazy to fire Jason Garrett — not that he would,” Cuban said before his team played San Antonio on Thursday night. “The hardest thing to do, and I’ve said this before, is hire a head coach.

“That’s the hardest thing in professional sports, in my opinion.”

It could come down more to what candidates are available this year. If there is someone appealing and promising a move could be made, but if there isn’t a desirable or worthy candidate they could let Garrett ride out his final contract year.

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