Thanksgiving is a big football day in America. In fact, it’s been that way for more than a century with high school, college and pro football games. But looking back at the NFL before the Sports Broadcasting Act of
The NFL has refused to comment on the reported conversation between Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
I was expecting Jerry Jones, a billionaire who owns the highest-valued franchise in the almighty National Football League, to announce a thunderous legal barrage this week. Those wild photos that surfaced of Jerry in risqué poses with strippers —
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t the only supporter of an NFL team in Los Angeles, but right now, he’s saying some pretty ambitious things about that possibility. According to the Los Angeles Times, Jones says there are several
Jerry Jones talks Brian Urlacher The Dallas Cowboys will not be adding Brian Urlacher to their roster now, or maybe ever. According to ESPNDallas.com, when asked about the possibility of Urlacher coming to Dallas, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones simply
The owners of the NFL’s 32 teams just got together last week to talk a little business (and probably cackle behind closed doors at all the money they’re making). You’d think that given the short time since then, it
Jerry Jones says he’ll remember that game for the way Romo played before that final pass.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke Tuesday during the owner’s meetings in Arizona about the progress being made toward getting a new deal done with quarterback Tony Romo. When asked if it was safe to say the Cowboys are closing