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April 27, 2011

Jerry Jones says Cowboys not rebuilding, have good mix of age and youth

Jerry Jones said he does not consider the Cowboys to be a rebuilding team and that it has a good mix of age and youth.

"We have some young players that haven't played as much, technically, that I think have a chance to step in here and contribute," he said Tuesday at a pre-draft press conference. "we've got some young safeties that we've got a chance to see on the field, in our view. We've got a couple young offensive linemen that have a chancd to play. So when I think about the mix that you'd like to have for a team, if you will, that is not rebuilding -- I don't consider us to be rebuilding. I consider us to be a team that's tryng to add to what we've got so we can compete."

Jones said the quarterbacks, Tony Romo, Jon Kitna and Stephen McGee, are an example of his thinking.

"I like the experience of our quarterback. I like the experience of our backup quarterback, candidly, and like the way he played last year. And I like the young quarterback coming along," Jones said. "I like that mix."

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Pretty good post. I just came by your blog and wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog posts...If he ever gets that priority right,all the decisions will take care of themselves, even him giving up some control..

Well it was really nice blog and I think his priority is marketing the Cowboys. If he ever gets that priority right, all the decisions will take care of themselves, even him giving up some control..Hope you will continue to post in future also

I don’t think winning is really his priority. He might think it is, and he says a lot of the right things, but I think his priority is marketing the Cowboys. If he ever gets that priority right, all the decisions will take care of themselves, even him giving up some control.

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