In the past few days, we have gotten a glimpse of the Jerry Jones that won three Super Bowls in the 90’s. He boldly said that the Cowboys were going to beat up on the defending champion New York Giants. He also spoke about his own team. The old tenacious Jones surfaced this week, after initially being safe in choosing his words on the Dez Bryant saga; he now has shown that the clock is ticking on the troubled but talented wide out.
“If Dez doesn’t have football, it’s a personal tragedy for him. He knows that’s at stake.”
“I’m sure he knows there’s a plane ticket waiting for him if he doesn’t understand that. Without trying to be cute, this is a serious matter,” according to Profootballtalk.com. He went on to elaborate:
“There are a lot of things that used to happen in behavior in the NFL that we don’t want players to do. At one time it was OK. It’s not OK anymore. You’ve got to get that. I don’t care how you grew up or what was done around you. Times change. That’s what