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Jerry Jones: I 'would do anything' to get Cowboys back into a Super Bowl

7/21/2021 8:27:02 PM
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If Cowboys owner Jerry Jones learned anything from the pandemic-affected 2020 season, it was the value of the NFL in his life. After completing a season in which only a percentage of Cowboys fans were permitted to attend games at AT&T Stadium, and being forced to do so without a viable franchise quarterback available, Jones has a new perspective on his position as owner of one of the trademark franchises in the sporting world, Nick Shook of reports.

"I feel as driven as I was when I first bought the team," Jones said. "I was scared to death then and I'm scared to death now. I worry about what's happening out here in the economy, the COVID, and I worry about our place in it in the NFL and where the place is in sports -- I worry about that. But the thing that means the most to me, that I care about -- and I can probably be anywhere in the world -- I want to be here right now. I want to be here with our team."

"I'm not trying to be sacrilegious here but the facts are that I would, right now, if I could, and I knew had a good chance to do it, I would do anything known to man to get in a Super Bowl," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday. "That's a fact. And there's nothing, in my mind, that can have a higher priority than that."

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