‘Jerry Jones quits’: die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan breaks internet with misleading news about billionaire owner

There’s no denying that the 2022 offseason has been a crazy experience for fans. As the new campaign approaches, some franchises have made some big decisions. Amidst all the hype, April has arrived, and we can expect something big to happen during the draft. The month also comes with a healthy proportion of pranks and pranks, as Mark Holmes cheats many people with some buzz regarding Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

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Jerry Jones made headlines for a multitude of reasons. The 79-year-old Texas mogul has been one of the most recognizable and engaging owners in the league over the past three decades. Jones has made several problematic judgments in the past. But he continues to make pre-season modifications.

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An April Fool’s Day hoax. jerry jones

Mark Holmes, host of the Jobu Sports Report Podcast and die-hard Cowboys fan, is having an April Fool’s joke with his subscribers. On April 1, he uploaded a video containing updates on Jerry Jones, who is stepping down as the franchise’s general manager.

He mentions in the video, “We have breaking news this morning. Jerry Jones, apparently, had an epiphany and decided he was going to step away from being the general manager of the Dallas Cowboys. We think it’s a bit like what happened last August in training camp.

Although he doesn’t have all the details yet, he expects all to be revealed at the press conference later this afternoon. Additionally, Will McClay will now be the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, with full power, according to Holmes.

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This video has spread like wildfire with over 20,000 views. However, fans were quick to recognize that the video was surely an April Fool’s joke. Many believe that Jones won’t step down anytime soon and continue his reign as chairman, owner and CEO.

An undeniable heritage

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Jerry Jones is far more frequently affiliated with the contemporary NFL than anyone else. Since his arrival, the Dallas Cowboys owner has consistently been in the midst of many of the league’s most critical moments. The Texas mogul bought the Dallas Cowboys for $140 million in 1989 and quickly made national headlines.

Jerry Jones seemed like an early genius after taking on many roles and helping build a club that won three Super Bowls in four years in the early to mid-1990s. Since Jones took over the club, America’s Team has experienced a dazzling rise in prosperity. But after the players left these exciting teams, everything went downhill.

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While we can’t entirely blame Jones for the Cowboys’ shortcomings over the past few decades, his reluctance to relinquish control has clearly hampered the team. 2021 has been a good year for the Cowboys to regain prominence in the NFC East, ranking at no. 1. Jones has done a lot of work to rebuild the franchise. As they enter a new season, they could be looking to set benchmarks in the league, just like in the good old days.

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