Jerry Jones said during a Monday radio interview that Tony Romo would probably play about as many snaps Saturday in Miami as he did last Saturday against Baltimore.

On Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he and his staff had not yet had those discussions.

Are Jones and Garrett on the same page?

“Yes, we are,” Jones said Friday on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]. “We’re completely on the same page. The facts are that Jason doesn’t check with me on where he dots his i’s and where he says his b’s, and I sure don’t check with him.”

Romo was on the field for 16 plays against the Ravens with two being negated because of penalties. Saturday’s game against the Dolphins is considered to be the Cowboys’ dress rehearsal for the regular season and the last preseason game Romo will play in.

In last year’s second-from-last preseason game, also Romo’s final tune-up, the Cowboys’ franchise quarterback played the entire first half.

While Jones wouldn’t confirm Romo would get that much playing time Saturday, he did say Romo “almost assuredly” won’t be on the field in the third quarter.