Garrett Interviews With Ravens, But Remains With Cowboys

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OWINGS MILLS, MD -- Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett spent more than six hours today interviewing for the head coaching job at Baltimore.

But Garrett left the Ravens training facility without filling the vacancy.

The 41-year-old Garrett was the first person to receive a second
interview for the job.

The slot opened when Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti fired Brian
Billick on December 31st.

Garrett says he had a "really productive day" and will continue through the process and at some point they'll make some decisions on both sides.

Garrett met with Bisciotti, team president Dick Cass and general
manager Ozzie Newsome.

Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said more second-round interviews of other candidates are set for this week.

Neither Garrett nor the Ravens said a contract had been placed
on the table, or that the Cowboys had offered a counterproposal.