Cowboys owner Jerry Jones could find himself in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day. He has been an innovator for the league as well as a savvy businessman since buying the Cowboys in 1989 for $140 million. (Forbes now estimates that the Cowboys are the second-most valuable franchise in the world, worth $1.81 billion.)
And his Cowboys also have won three Super Bowl titles.
“I like to think there is time for those kinds of things [like the Hall of Fame] after you’ve finished,” Jones, 68, said. “I don’t go there too much. Where I do go is I’d like to win that fourth Super Bowl. I’d really do whatever it takes to have that.”
Jones entered the Texas Sports Hall of Fame a couple of years ago.
-- Charean Williams