Jerry Jones: He's in a position to where he can be involved in decision making and should be. He's gotta make them out there on that field. So, he should be, with his experience, be involved in the formation and the formulation of what we're going to be doing gameplanning.

How do you expect that to make a difference on gameday?

Jerry Jones: Well, when you give somebody $100 million dollars, then you would like to get every ounce of anything they can bring to the table to win a football game. He's outstanding on offensive concepts. And he's got a vantage point that very few people have. So anything that he can bring, the concept to the field, has gotta make us a better football team. I think it will.

Is the window closing and is Jason Garrett coaching for his job this year?

Jerry Jones: Well, no. No, he's not ... to the last question; is Jason coaching for his job. No. What we're doing is taking the assets that we have, and Jason being right at the top, and certainly our premier asset, and we're using them to the best of our ability. We've been disappoointed the last two years. 8-8 won't get it. Nobody moreso than him. We're going to take what we've got, as an example - Romo's great experience, ability, decision making, all of those things, and we're going to try and win more ballgames.