It appears we're nearing closer to a resolution in Dallas. Despite all the uncertainty surround the team's coaching situation, it sounds like Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones will figure it out later this afternoon.
Garrett has been with the Cowboys for this past decade. Although his tenure has resulted in a few positive moments, the reality is the franchise hasn't been anywhere close to its ultimate goal - winning a Super Bowl.
On Monday, Garrett met with Jones to discuss his future with the team. The expectation is that he won't be back for next season, and yet the two sides are scheduled to meet again this afternoon.
According to ESPN insider Adam Schefter, the Cowboys and Garrett are going to meet again this afternoon. The two sides reportedly met on Monday, too.
All signs point to Dallas parting ways with Garrett, but the team is having a difficult time doing so due to its relationship with him.
This meeting could finally put the nail in the coffin for Garrett's time in Dallas.
If the Cowboys part ways with Garrett, the team will most likely try to make a big splash. Urban Meyer, Lincoln Riley and Matt Rhule have all been linked to the team.
Do you think the Cowboys will officially move on from Garrett?