Jerry Jones Says He Will Never Give Up His GM Title
Jerry Jones, the NFL’s only owner/general manager, won’t even consider changing the structure of the Dallas Cowboys’ front office, despite the fact that disappointing seasons have been the norm since the franchise’s mid-1990s dynasty died.
“The facts are that I’ve spent 22 years doing this exactly the same way,” Jones said Tuesday on KRLD-FM. “I’ve made a lot of changes from year to year as time goes along, but frankly, I know that when we do not have the kind of success, when we don’t have expectations lived up to, the one that should get the most heat is the one that ultimately makes the decisions, period, with the Dallas Cowboys. And that’s me.”