Dec 22, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) talks with Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett (R) during a timeout against the Washington Redskins in the fourth quarter at FedEx Field. The Cowboys won 24-23. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Rumors: Jason Garrett to have no say in Dallas Cowboys offense?

The Dallas Cowboys made some interesting offseason moves with their coaching staff and they got a little more odd today. Though it’s not what the Cowboys did as much as what the Cowboys aren’t going to let happen.

According to owner Jerry Jones (via Clarence Hill), head coach Jason Garrett will have no say in the Dallas Cowboys offense for the 2014 season.

Jerry jones said Garett will have no say on offense in 2014. Linehan will final say offense. Romo will also have more power, per jones

The lack of time on offense will allow him to spend more time with the defense, something that Jones wanted.

Now – it’s possible that Garrett and Jones may have had a discussion about this and the head coach was okay with it. Though, it’s certainly a little odd to see a team owner all but telling a head coach you won’t have any role in the team’s offense.

Hill mentions that offensive coordinator Bill Callahan had a problem with Garrett calling plays last season.

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