Cowboys HC Jason Garrett Admits 'Mistake' In Play-Calling News

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    It took four months of questioning, but Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett finally admitted that he won't call offensive plays this season. Of course, we already knew that because Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and offensive coordinator Bill Callahan admitted it publicly last week.

    But Garrett oddly continued to stonewall the media last week, and he admitted Tuesday that was a mistake.

    "It's a good thing for me to clarify. Ever since we put the staff together in late January, we had a plan in place for how to do things. ... We had that in place. We've been working really since the end of January with that in mind."

    "We made that decision months ago. Where we did have a little bit of a miscommunication is when we were going to present that publicly."

    Translation: We didn't want to be honest with the media for a while for "competitive" reasons. But Jones let the cat out of the bag, and I need to clean it up.

    Source: NFL.com

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