Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was on The Fan 105.3 in Dallas today and he did not seem to endorse Mike McCarthy very much. A matter of fact he said if he felt there was a better option out there he would make the change.
“If I thought changing out men at any level would improve us, I would change it out,” Jones said, via Jon Machota of The Athletic. “I see a lot of names, a lot of great names, a lot of great names from colleges. I see them coming through. I’ve seen a lot of great names at various duties in the NFL come and go over the last 30 years. I haven’t seen but a couple of them that I thought might have a straight shot in at what’s up above. That’s (Bill) Belichick up there in New England, his record has been unbelievable.
“But aside from that, I’ll be very candid with you. I see human beings, human frailties, human work ethic, human excelling and coming up with a way to go.”
While Stephen Jones has already stated McCarthy will be back in 2022, it sounds as if McCarthy will have a short leash.