Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is downright giddy about the team's second round selection (47th overall) tight end Gavin Escobar.
"You saw him coming," Jones told the Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill, via NFL.com. "(Now) are we all resolved to doing it different relative to injecting that influence in this offense? Don't come in here with same old, same old."
Jones is apparently envisioning a tight end tandem of Escaobar and Jason Witten in the mold of the Patriots' Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.
"I took a roll call and said if we (go) this route with the tight end we are going to shake it up around here relative to what we are doing. It's going to be different. I joked we are going to pass the paper around and we are all going to sign it. We are going to be different."