The offseason has officially begun for the Dallas Cowboys and with it comes likely change. Things will be different a season from now. The NFL just works that way.We’ll see some turnover with players as we always do and many figured that we’d see some change within the Cowboys coaching staff. Offensively Dallas struggled throughout the 2018 season and the offseason is the time where you seek to remedy that.Whatever the Dallas Cowboys were in 2018 Terrell Owens Jersey 2019 , Jason Garrett seems fine with it. Appearing on 105.3 The Fan on Monday morning he announced that Scott Linehan would return as the team’s offensive coordinator next season and that there would not be any major changes to the team’s coaching staff.Scott Linehan didn’t meet with reporters following the team’s playoff loss in Los Angeles and some took this as a sign that he sensed he was on the way out. Jason Garrett could have taken this opportunity on The Fan to be coy and that say decisions had yet to be made, but that was not the case. He was specific in saying that Scott Linehan is coming back.What do you make of all this?Update:1:25pm ETStephen Jones appeared on 105.3 The Fan on Monday as well. He had this to say which seems to be stressing more patience with decision-making regarding the coaching staff.Update: 4:00pm ETDuring his Monday press conference Jason Garrett said he “didn’t know” how he answered the question about Scott Linehan in the morning. This seemed more in line with what Stephen Jones said. Shortly after it was reported that regardless of what and when he said whatever he did, Jason Garrett does expect Scott Linehan back in 2019. Make of that what you will. The National Football League defended itself Thursday against charges that its ticketing policies for the 2014 Super Bowl violated New Jersey's consumer fraud law, in arguments before the state Supreme Court that reached a granular level with disputes over words in the statute including "the" and "those."The case was spurred by a 2014 federal lawsuit filed by a New Jersey man who claimed he was forced to pay more than double the $800 face value for a ticket on the secondary market because of the NFL's policy of making just 1 percent of the tickets available to the public through a lottery. Josh Finkelman is seeking class-action status for himself and thousands of other fans in a case that could translate to millions of dollars in damages.His attorney, Bruce Nagel Dallas Cowboys Mike Weber Jersey , argued Thursday that the NFL's policy violated the part of New Jersey law requiring events to make 95 percent of tickets available to the public, considered the strictest law of its kind in the country at the time. That portion of the law has since been repealed."The NFL has never denied they never made 95 percent available," Nagel told the court. "That is proof positive that the statute not only is applicable but has been violated."Attorneys for the NFL countered that the lottery didn't constitute a public sale, and thus didn't trigger the consumer fraud law. Attorney Jonathan Pressment said it has been known for years — including by those in New Jersey who sought to attract the game — that the league's signature event doesn't release tickets to the public in the same way as music concerts or even other sporting events. Most tickets go to the league's 32 teams plus sponsors and other insiders."What the plaintiff is really asking this court to do is declare that the first and only Super Bowl held in New Jersey was an unlawful event that somehow unfolded in plain view in front of the state's public officials, from the governor to the attorney general Womens Mike Weber 2019 Jersey ," Pressment said.Both sides withstood pointed questions from the justices, some of whom appeared skeptical of the NFL's claim that the lottery wasn't a public sale."That doesn't seem to make sense," Justice Barry Albin said during one exchange. Asked by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner whether it would be considered a public sale if the NFL sold all the tickets in a lottery, Pressment said it wouldn't."Then what is it?" Rabner asked."It's a contest. It offers fans an opportunity to have a chance to purchase tickets," Pressment replied.The law's language also came in for some parsing that could go a long way toward determining how the dispute is decided.Nagel argued that the law's reference to 95 percent of "the tickets" and "those tickets" referred to all tickets for an event — in the case of the Super Bowl Dallas Cowboys Mike Weber Jersey , about 82,000 tickets at MetLife Stadium. Pressment argued the phrases referred only to the tickets made available to the public — in this case, the 1,000 tickets in the lottery.If the state Supreme Court rules in Finkelman's favor, the lawsuit will proceed in federal court. A federal judge in New Jersey had twice dismissed the lawsuit in recent years Cheap Mike Weber Youth Jersey , but the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled last December the case could go forward pending the state court's ruling.