It's been several years since Jason Garrett's future as coach of the Dallas Cowboys was a hot topic waiting for owner Jerry Jones at the start of training camp.
Jones doesn't seem too caught up in the issue now despite the Cowboys missing the playoffs for the fifth time in Garrett's seven full seasons last year.
The outspoken billionaire started with a flat "no" when asked if this was a playoffs-or-bust season for one of the backup quarterbacks from the Cowboys' Super Bowl-winning era of the 1990s.
"That's the best answer I can give," Jones said in his annual pre-camp news conference the day before Thursday's first practice. "And the...