News Now: Human Remains Found In Anna, Jerry Jones Paying NFL, Alexa LaughingWe're continuing to follow the discovery of human remains in an Anna field. Plus, Jerry Jones is paying the price for his battle against the NFL, and Alexa has been laughing at people.
Report: Jerry Jones Reimburses NFL $2 Million For Legal FeesAccording to a statement from the NFL, "the matter of the reimbursement of legal fees has been resolved to the satisfaction of all parties."
News Now: Meeting After Home Explosion, New Mavs CEO, Goodell Vs. JonesThe City of Dallas is expected to hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday night following last week's deadly house explosion. The Mavericks have named a new interim CEO. The battle between Jerry Jones and Roger Goodell may not be over.
NFL Seeking $2M From Jerry Jones Over Legal SpatsAccording to the New York Times, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to fine Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for conduct detrimental to the league.
Fox Gets Thursday Night Football For 5 YearsFox and the NFL have agreed to a five-year deal for Thursday night football games.
2017 NFL Holiday Wish ListThe end of the year is upon us, which means it's time to create holiday wish lists. We took a shot at guessing what some people and teams around the NFL are wishing for this year.
Blank Says No Rift Going Forward With Jones Over Goodell's ContractAtlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank says he buried the hatchet in a phone conversation with Jerry Jones ahead of Wednesday's owner's meetings.
Jerry Jones "Nothing Has Surprised Me" On Goodell's ExtensionJones declined to comment on Roger Goodell's contract extension.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Signs New ContractRoger Goodell has signed a five-year contract extension to remain commissioner of the NFL through 2024.
Cowboys' Jerry Jones Backs Off On Goodell, Backs GarrettAs soon as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones confirmed he is backing off a threat of legal action over the future of Commissioner Roger Goodell, the focus turned to the performance of coach Jason Garrett and his staff.
Cowboys Boss Jerry Jones Demands Goodell 'Accountability,' Won't 'Pipe Down'Jones wants commissioner Roger Goodell to serve the 32 owners, and not the other way around. And two, he’s willing to engage his opposition among owners in a rather juvenile game of “But You Pushed Me First.’’
Jerry Jones Dishes On Goodell As Cowboys Lose To EaglesJones said after a 37-9 loss to Philadelphia on Sunday night that he wants "unprecedented accountability to the ownership" while again referring to a desire to revisit the power Goodell has to punish players under the collective bargaining agreement.