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True, some people were not happy about the news that Tony Romo signed a six-year, $108 million extension with the Cowboys ($55 million guaranteed). But more often than unhappy, people were just… amused. After the jump, the collected reactions of several of those people.
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It’s the end of the year here at SportsGrid, and everywhere else. Lots of other websites are making “best X of the year” posts, so we’ve decided to jump aboard that train, briefly. Except our moments aren’t particularly best or most important or most anything. But they all possess some particular significance, to someone, and we think that’s important to talk about. We’ve also only done four, because five is so two thousand and late. That’s how it goes, right?
According to CBS’ Dallas-Forth Worth affiliate, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was involved in a “volcanic” exchange with injured nose tackle Jay Ratliff, one that ended in several players having to intervene to most likely save the 70-year-old man from being beaten up by someone he pays. More, after the jump.
Jerry Jones is the owner, general manager, CEO, President, managing director, head of the board of directors and glory hole king of the Dallas Cowboys, and he’s not going anywhere. Mostly because he won’t fire himself, even if he’s already acknowledged that he would fire himself if he weren’t himself, or something. So one fan is talking his complaints to the Executive Branch of the government.
The Dallas Cowboys lost in a typically Dallas Cowboys manner last night to the Atlanta Falcons, unable to tackle Falcons RB Jacquizz Rodgers on consecutive third downs as the Falcons nearly ran out the entire clock to close out a 19-13 victory. The loss dropped the team to 3-5 on the season, and owner/GM/glory hole-seeker Jerry Jones was fuming.
With the actual on-field football product lacking in success, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has decided to boost stadium revenue and draw the public eye through different means – sexy, sexy means, that is. Like, Victoria’s Secret sexy. Literally.