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February 25, 2012

Jerry Jones would like to play abroad, preferably in Mexico but will not give up a home game

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he wouldn’t mind playing in one of the league’s international games in the future. 

As one of the league’s most popular teams, Jones said the Cowboys have fans all over the world, especially in Mexico.

He said he would love to play in Mexico again where the Cowboys have played three preseason games in the past.

However he does not want to give up a home game to do so. He said there other teams in the league who could give up home a home so the Cowboys could have a home game of sorts in Mexico that would make the scenario work for all parties.

“That’s not in my plans,” Jones said. “There are teams that it fits … and thank goodness it doesn’t work for us because we have such a outstanding attendance at our games.” 

Clarence Hill

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