Coach Jack Del Rio said, "I would think we'll go through the process and hopefully, the two sides get together."
Garrard figures to get a deal between Matt Schaub's $48 million and Tony Romo's $67.5 million. Both got six-year deals and since he's won a playoff game and Romo hasn't, Garrard may be able to get a deal similar to Romo's. He'll become the highest paid player in team history.
Garrard admitted he's looking for a new deal and he said, "Hopefully, they'll do the right thing."
Garrard's New Contract
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