Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is 70 years old and many have begun to speculate that his time atop the Cowboys organization could be winding down. Jones however insists that he is just as mentally sharp as he was when he bought the team in 1989.
“I’ve been told that I have, by CAT Scans, that it’s like the brain of a 40-year-old,” Jones crowed, via Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News. “…The guy really did not know it was me. I was there anonymously. He said, ‘And so I just wanted to come down. I saw your chart. I know how old you are. That part is really impressive.’”
“I know more about what I’m doing than hopefully I did 25 years ago,” he said, referring to when he bought the Dallas Cowboys and burst onto the NFL landscape.
Dallas Cowboys have never been found of Jones’ general manager skills and abilities so this surely isn’t the news they were looking forward. His son Stephen Jones would likely replace him, and who knows if he’d be better, but he does think he has the “secret sauce” to win.