Jason Garrett apparently will open the new year as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.The Dallas Morning News reported that Garrett met Tuesday with team owner Jerry Jones and his son, Stephen, for a second straight day but the meeting ended without an announcement about Garrett’s status. The two sides will meet again at a time still to be determined, according to the report.NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said Tuesday’s meeting lasted less that one hour. Other coaches and staff members who were at work on Tuesday left after the meeting concluded.The Cowboys finished 8-8 and out of the playoffs in 2019, and Jones said Monday he anticipates making changes in the organization. A change at head coach has been expected to be one of them.”I do. I do. I make changes, and I certainly can see myself making a lot of changes in a lot of areas. Just the times call for that. I am about change. I change a lot,” Jones said.Jones made no official announcement after Sunday’s win over the Washington Redskins and promised “no shareable timeline” for when he expected to make a call on Garrett’s future with the team.