The famous Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has finally made up his mind and decided who will present him during his Hall of Fame induction ceremony in August. But wait there is a catch. Jerry isn’t saying anything about who that special someone might be. Jerry gave a statement saying “I have decided that. It has been very well-received by everybody that I’m close to, family or otherwise,” and he said this on Monday and added, “We’ll make a little special time for that [announcement].”
As the hardcore football fans know Mr. Jones has owned the Cowboys since 1989, but there is one important thing to know, and that is the fact that he had a lot of choices and a lot of teams to pick, but he thankfully decided for the Cowboys. He has a son Stephen who has been his right-hand man ever since he purchased the club, but the family jobs do not end there. As a matter of fact, he also has a daughter who is the team’s executive vice president/chief brand officer and a woman who has become one of the most visible women in the NFL.
But this doesn’t have to mean anything because his choice of that special person could just be anyone. Jones is definitely looking forward to the weekend as he’s enshrined as a contributor, and he’ll be inducted on Saturday, August 5, which is just two days after the Cowboys take on the Arizona Cardinals in the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio. Besides Jones the 2017 class includes Morten Andersen, Terrell Davis, Kenny Easley, Jason Taylor, LaDainian Tomlinson and Kurt Warner.