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|Owner Jerry Jones has, by all appearances, allowed Jason Garrett to run the team the way he wants.|
When Garrett took over as coach on a full-time basis, the owner said there would not be a player on the roster who Garrett did not want. If you look at the additions and subtractions that have been made the last two seasons, do you see somebody Garrett doesn't still want around?
If there's something to quibble with Garrett, it's how he has dealt with the Felix Jones situation. On the one hand, he talks about how important it is for the team to "be in the now" and move on from the good or the bad. But his public affection for Felix Jones is only about what the running back has done in the past.
"Felix's body of work has been pretty darn good," Garrett said.