Jason Witten wants to play in 2020 since McCarthy didn't hire him

Jason Witten wants to play in 2020 since McCarthy didn't hire him

Garrett will be tasked with getting the most out of Daniel Jones, whom the Cowboys rated highly entering last year's National Football League draft, according to Garrett. It was a great opportunity to sit there and talk ball and share philosophies and views on the game.

Linehan, 56, hasn't coached since the Cowboys 2018 season as he parted ways with the team afterward.

Either way, Garrett is now in a coordinator role and tasked with getting something out of young quarterback Daniel Jones, as well as weapons such as Saquon Barkley.

Jason Garrett backed up Kerry Collins on the Giants from 2000-03 after spending his first seven playing years out of Princeton backing up Troy Aikman in Dallas.

Jason Garrett's time away from the NFC East will be short-lived.

At the same time, Garrett joined the Giants as the team's offensive coordinator and has room for Witten on his staff. Thomas McGaughey was hired by Judge to coordinate the Giants special teams.

From the time his Cowboys job security came into question, Garrett has been linked to NY.

The Giants, 4-12 this past season, will certainly be looking for an boost.

Before the 2019 season, Witten chose to come out of retirement to return to the Dallas Cowboys. "And he does a fantastic job of making adjustments in the game".

The 53-year-old spent nine-and-a-half seasons as Dallas coach, a spell in which he only recorded one losing season and won three division titles, but tasted victory in just two playoff games.

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"I competed against him and knew that sledging would always be hard there", said Judge. "You want to hold on to guys like that".

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