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The Dallas Cowboys were recently named the valuable team in the NFL, worth a reported $2.3 billion. Their owner, president and general manager Jerry Jones has an estimated net worth of $3 billion. His contributions and innovations in terms of marketing, corporate sponsorships and stadium management and development, among other areas, have left a huge mark on the ever-evolving landscape of professional sports. But when it comes to today’s digital age, Jones appears to be way behind the curb. Jerry Jones, owns a team worth $2.3 billion, still uses a flip phone pic.twitter.com/NYalXeopTf — Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) October 6, 2013 [RELATED: Dallas Cowboys Facing Make-Or-Break 2013 Season?] Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com. He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a politica...
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Despite the fact that the Dallas Cowboys were one drive away from defeating the Denver Broncos on Sunday, but ended up squandering the game away with another Tony Romo fourth quarter interception, owner Jerry Jones believes his team had a morale victory. “I do. I know what’s going to happen to me when I say this, but that’s a good term,” Jones said, per the Fort Worth Star...
Of course Johnny Manziel was at Sunday’s Broncos-Cowboys game. Can you blame the guy for scouting the offense he’ll be running in a…
Jerry Jones' struggle face made its way back onto national television following Tony Romo's interception that set the Broncos up for a game-winning field goal.
The Cowboys lost safety Barry Church to a broken nose in the first half. Church who did finish the game said he broke his nose in two different places while making a tackle as his helmet slid down on his face.
Lance Dunbar left the game with a hamstring injury. The Cowboys wanted to use Dunbar on kick returns because of wide receiver Dwayne Harris' hip injury. But when Dunbar...
First and foremost, it should be noted that it is nearly impossible to win a game in the National Football League after allowing more than 40 points. The Denver Broncos somehow pulled it off on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. If Dallas fans want to blame anyone for the loss, they should probably blame their […]
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Tony Romo, once again, made a terrible mistake late in a game. It’s a story we’ve all seen unfold before, in Washington last year, and in New York and Philadelphia before that. This time, it came during Tony Romo’s single best performance of his career, and it’s infuriating. However, Romo should not be #1 on blame lists on Monday. Because...
There may never be a more absurdly amazing game ever played in that sun-drenched, indoor stadium than the one that was witnessed on October 6, 2013.
It will be measured as a simple loss for many, in a season where they have now lost 3 out of 5 out of the gate, and are on their way to what could be another season that finishes at the break-even record of 8-8.
But, those people...
Jerry Jones might have the mind of a 40-year-old , but he has the cellphone of a much older man.
Jones, the billionaire Dallas Cowboys owner, busted out the artifact during Saturday's Notre Dame-Arizona State game at AT&T Stadium and Twitter took notice.
Jerry Jones, owns a team worth $2.3 billion, still uses a flip phone pic.twitter.com/NYalXeopTf
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Cowboys receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) missed another practice Friday with a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:Austin has to have the most fragile hammy of any football player as he sufferes from the problem every season. Expect to be without Austin again this week. Rookie Terrance Williams and Dwayne Harris will play opposite Dez Bryant.
The Dallas Cowboys have replaced Bruce Carter in the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos not only for his poor play against the San Diego Chargers last week but also a disappointing and unacceptable lack of effort a source said.
Ernie Sims who replaced Carter in the second half against the Chargers will get the start at weakside linebacker and in the nickel...
Don’t act like you can’t see this commercial playing on Sundays? Even Dallas fans can’t deny this.
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Tony Romo is one of the NFL’s better quarterbacks when it comes to extending the play, for the better or worse.
On Sunday againt the Denver Broncos, Romo was at it again. Dropping back, running, evading and throwing for a first down.
The play allowed the Cowboys to extend a drive that resulted in a touchdown which gave them a early 14-0 lead. It also may have earned...
Leaders gotta lead T…A night of celebration honored Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ inaugural induction into National Football Foundation Leadership Hall of Fame. I don’t think Jerry received this based on his GM skills, but congrats anyhow.-TOJerry Jones Back in the day in Football UniformJerry Jones Shirt Unbuttoned a Few Too Many
When the Denver Broncos come to town on Sunday Dallas fans will get to see the best quarterback in the NFL in Peyton Manning. But Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones says signing Manning in free agency last year wouldn’t have been the right move for the Cowboys.
Jones said on KRLD-FM in Dallas that after the Colts cut Manning last year the Cowboys weren’t interested...
While everyone on the Dallas Cowboys defense piled on Knowshon Moreno at the goal line, Peyton Manning faked out everyone by moseying in for his first rushing touchdown in five years.
Manning already had three TD passes in the first half and — after this third-and-goal jog — the Broncos quarterback even did a little fist pump as he crossed the goal line.