Troy Aikman is surprised the Cowboys didn’t select Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, a player he’s rooting for and thinks can be “really good” in the NFL.
Jerry Jones figures the Dallas Cowboys will be better on defense even without linebacker Sean Lee.
Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones and Head Coach Jason Garrett are weighing on Josh Brent’s possible return to the team.
Cowboys players get a mid-OTA session break to mix and mingle with sponsors & play some golf.
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For all the talk about no Johnny Manziel and another offensive lineman in the first round, the draft for the Cowboys ultimately came down to defense.
Given Jerry Jones’ well-earned reputation for toy collecting, it’s easy to assume that his draft-room roller-coaster experience was all about the chance to select Manziel. Think again.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones isn’t looking to draft a quarterback – Johnny Manziel or otherwise.
Over the course of Tuesday’s hour-long pre-draft press conference at Valley Ranch, Dallas Cowboys big-cheese Jerry Jones sat in the middle of the dais flanked by lieutenants Jason Garrett and Stephen Jones.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was showered with questions regarding Heisman winning quarterback Johnny Manziel on Tuesday at the teams pre-NFL Draft press conference at the Valley Ranch headquarters.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones boasts that while his team is mediocre on the field, it’s boffo at the box office. The team’s just-released 2014 schedule reflects Dallas’ continued popularity.
Inevitably, the Dallas Cowboys will both exercise the fifth-year option for left tackle Tyron Smith and give him a long-term deal designed to make the budding star a Cowboy for life.