Jason Garrett Biography
Jason Garrett is a prominent American football offensive coordinator of the New York Giants of the National Football League. Previously, he was the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in the year 2010.
He worked as the offensive coordinator and assistant head coach of the Cowboys before his promotion to be the interim head coach on November 8, 2010. This was after the former coach, Wade Philips was fired.
Furthermore, he is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League for various teams. These teams include the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Miami Dolphins. It is said that he started his professional college football at Princeton University.
In his early life, Jason attended his prep school at University School in Hunting Valley, Ohio where he became a competitive sportsman in football, basketball, and baseball. While in the game, he won All-league honors as a quarterback and safety before graduating from the University in 1984.
In 1985, they (him and his brothers Judd and John) made a return to Princeton University after his father resigned due to an ill-performance of the team. Unfortunately, none of them played since they were ineligible transfers.
Jason was then admitted at Princeton where he began his career as a quarterback of the freshman team. While in the team, he registered 64 completions on 116 attempts for 996 yards. He then transferred to Columbia University when his father, Jim Garrett assumed the role of the head coach in 1985.
He passed on the 1986 season on account of the exchange rules while concentrating on running the scout group, which incorporated his siblings. The following year, as a lesser, he was named the beginning quarterback.
Despite the fact that he directed Princeton to a success against his previous group Columbia (a misfortune that gave Columbia the Division I record for straight misfortunes, at 35), Jason was additionally engaged with a losing exertion against them as a senior, snapping Columbia’s by then 44-game losing streak.
He was then rewarded the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League sportsman of the Year. He earned a degree in history in 1989, with a senior postulation on “The Revolt of the Black Athlete as Initiated by Harry Edwards”
Jason completed his college career with 366 of 550 passes for 4,274 yards and 20 touchdowns. At that time, he had the best titles and ranks for the various categories in the field. He held the Ivy League career record after finishing with a complete record of 366/500.
Jason Garrett Age|Birthday
Jason was born on March 28, 1966, in Abington, Pennsylvania, United States. He is 54 years old as of March 2020.
Jason Garrett Wife
Garrett married his wife, Brill Garrett in 1994. This was after ten years of dating. The two met at college, Princeton University while chasing their careers. Specifically, they met in their first year when they were takin a common unit, Geology.
Despite their long marriage, the couple has not had kids upto now. However, they still live a happy life without controversies or divorce.
Jason Garrett Family|Siblings
Garrett was born to his father, Jim Garrett, was famous footballer, coach and scout, and his mother Jane Garrett before his death in 2018.
Furthermore, Jason has seven other siblings. His brothers John and Judd were playing the World League of American Football
John is the head coach of the Lafayette College football team while Judd works in the Dallas Cowboys front office after being let go as tight ends coach for the St. Louis Rams. Judd is the only one of the Garretts who played in the WLAF to have a World Bowl ring.
Jason Garrett Net Worth
Jason is an American football head coach estimated at a Net Worth of $18 million as of 2020. His previous salary as the coach of the cowboys was $6 million. This makes stable grounds for a better estimation of his current salary. We will update you as soon as we get more details.