Jason Garrett is expected to lose the interim tag and be named the Cowboys' next head coach, according to a report in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Garrett took over for Wade Phillips after the team got off to a 1-7 start. The Cowboys are 4-3 under Garrett heading into Sunday's season finale against the Eagles. Phillips is expected to join the Texans as their new defensive coordinator.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones must interview at least one minority candidate to satisfy the NFL's "Rooney Rule."
Garrett joined the Cowboys in 2007 as their offensive coordinator.
The way we see it
Garrett has been considered the future head coach for the Cowboys for a couple years now, and his success since taking over doesn't make this a huge surprise.