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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Jason Garrett
Owner Jerry Jones has been saying emphatically for more than a month that Garrett will be back for a fourth full season. The latest declaration came after Sunday night's 24-22 loss to Philadelphia that sewed up the coach's third break-even record in three full seasons, and his 0-3 record in finales with the NFC East title on the line.
Tony Romo had back surgery and will miss Dallas' third straight season finale with the NFC East title and a playoff berth on the line.
Tony Romo's season is over, and the Dallas Cowboys will have to win without their star quarterback in a third straight playoffs-or-bust finale.
Kyle Orton and Jon Kitna sat at opposite ends of a couch in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room Wednesday, turned toward each other and started chatting.
Dallas coach Jason Garrett said the team had "not made that determination at all at this point." Garrett wouldn't reveal the results of an MRI for the 33-year-old Romo, who had back surgery to remove a cyst in April and missed offseason workouts.
Tony Romo limped so badly on one play against Washington, he barely made it to the spot where he had to hand off.
Things have been tough for the Redskins lately, but on the field, the team has stayed together. That's not the case for the Cowboys.
Dez Bryant made the rounds Monday trying to explain why he left the field early in Dallas' crushing loss to Green Bay.
Tony Romo has now directed decisive fourth-quarter drives in the past two Dallas wins.
Jason Garrett will start the stretch run in pursuit of his first trip to the playoffs on the same field where he debuted as coach of the Dallas Cowboys three years ago.
While saying he was "disappointed" in a 5-5 record that has dropped the Cowboys out of the top spot in the NFC East for the first time this season, Jones said Garrett will return in 2014 regardless of whether the Cowboys end their three-year playoff drought.
The NFL had announced earlier this month that it would play three games at Wembley Stadium in 2014, with the Jaguars, Falcons and Raiders as the designated home teams.
Jim Schwartz stepped into perhaps the NFL's worst job of all time, inheriting its first 0-16 team.
Tony Romo was waiting in California when the Dallas Cowboys arrived for training camp.
Jerry Jones opened his 25th training camp as owner of the Dallas Cowboys sounding as if coach Jason Garrett would be around for 25 more.
"He's devastated," Garrett said.
"He played very well coming off the first procedure he had in the spring," Garrett said. "We are completely confident he's going to rehab and come back 100 percent."