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January 20, 2012

Garrett hasn't ruled out switch to the 4-3 on defense, says team hasn't talked about it yet

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has  not dismissed the idea of a switch to the 4-3 on defense.

But he said the team is not at the point yet where it needs to decide whether to keep the 3-4 that it has played since the arrival of Bill Parcells.

“We played a lot of three-man line, and we also played some four-man line in different situations this past year,” Garrett said Thursday at Valley Ranch. “We haven’t gotten to the point where we’re going to talk about what we’re going to play yet. We’re still evaluating the tape. ... Let us go through the process. You’ll see some of that stuff once we get back on the field.”

The Cowboys expect to begin offseason work in early May, shortly after the draft. The first OTAs are expected the week before Memorial Day.

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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