‘Making the Team’ was the cable channel’s longest-running reality program. After sixteen seasons, why did it decide to pull the plug?
The owner of the NFL’s most valuable franchise is no stranger to controversy. But this time, Jones and his organization have never looked worse.
Days before Dallas faces the San Francisco 49ers in the first round, Jerry Jones is already talking Super Bowls.
With Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and DeMarcus Lawrence at full strength, Dallas could be headed back to the playoffs. But first, Tom Brady.
For 38 years, the famed Dallas newsman’s Cowboys criticism and impassioned pleas on racism, gay rights, and sexual assault were must-see TV.
Jason Garrett is finally out—and Jerry Jones replaced him with the Jason Garrett of Wisconsin.
Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout is just the beginning of difficult contract decisions the team must soon make about its young stars.
Gen-X'ers rejoice: Here's a chance to see all of your favorite 1990s bands in one weekend.
Tell it how it is, Rylan.
The team gave up a first-round draft pick for a receiver who’s been anything other than a sure thing in recent years.
The Dallas-based sportscaster sounded off on NFL protests, Trump calling LeBron dumb, and why he doesn’t ‘stay in his lane’ in this week’s National Podcast of Texas.
The outspoken Cowboys owner may have finally said too much.
The maverick owner has long done things his own way, but his latest challenge to the NFL is his boldest yet.
The most exciting Cowboys team in a generation was built, not bought—and that has made all the difference.
The pontiff did not weigh in on if Dez caught the ball during the 2015 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers (but come on, it was a catch).
How sunlight streaming into AT&T Stadium may have caused the Cowboys to lose a game.
The former Baylor coach, relieved of his duties after recommendations from a law firm hired to investigate his program’s sexual assault scandal, has been busy traveling lately.
WrestleMania’s North Texas stop was not without its hiccups.
If Jerry Jones Thinks A Link Between Football And CTE Is Absurd, He Should Talk To This Cowboy Hall Of Famer
Jerry Jones is a brain-injury truther.
Hard to see what could go wrong with the Cowboys Club.
Greg Hardy Told Jerry Jones That He’ll “Really Work” To Improve His Behavior, But What Was He Doing Before?
Greg Hardy doesn't seem sorry for his past mistakes, and that behavior is bringing the team down.
Whether you’re in the nosebleeds or the luxury boxes, the experience you’re really competing with is your living room.
So much for that, then.
Here's the shiniest new thing in Jones' collection of shiny new things.
If he did, he'd probably have reconsidered turning over his stadium to the NCAA for the college football championship when the Cowboys could still be hosting a home playoff game.
*Except the shoplifting running backs, declining national popularity, opponents preparing for Ebola, etc.
*Practice squad member—which still makes Jerry Jones the most progressively-minded person in the NFL.
What’s Ahead for Rick Perry, Ted Cruz, George Strait, Jerry Jones and other Texans.
After blowing a 23-point halftime lead to lose at home to a Green Bay Packers team led by a quarterback who wasn't even on the roster a month ago, the question is very much in the air.
Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman wonders when Jerry Jones will "will trade in his designer suits for a set of silver-and-blue warm-ups," a la former Raiders owner Al Davis.
Hey Jerry, want to win another Super Bowl? Sell the team to its own fans a la Green Bay Packers, says Dallas Cowboys author Joe Nick Patoski.
The superstar is playing the halftime show at the Super Bowl this season, and Reliant Stadium is one of two contenders to put on the game again in 2017. All that's missing now? The Texans.
Cowboys fan and Grantland writer Bryan Curtis ponders Jerry Jones as the contemporary version of the Texas oilman while wondering if the team will ever hit a gusher.
Give me a W! Give me a T! Give me an F! The Dallas Cowboys become the first National Football League team to have its very own in-stadium Victoria's Secret PINK boutique.
The ones at Cowboys.com, that is. A URL the Dallas Cowboys failed to buy is now a "an online dating community for men who enjoy the same country living lifestyle."
A new Papa John's commercial reveals that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is every bit as good at rapping as he is at being an NFL general manager.
The documentary America's Parking Lot, which premiered at SXSW, captured the last days of tailgating at Texas Stadium with some of the team's most impassioned fans.
But Tim Tebow is more popular than all of them. Public Policy Polling released the last part of its January Texas voter survey.
Jerry Jones still hasn’t gotten past “denial,” but everybody else who lives and dies with America’s Team is trying to move on.
How much are the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders paid per game?
How Jerry Jones made Cowboys Stadium into one of the state’s best art galleries. Seriously!
How about those Cowboys? Ever since the team's egotistical owner, Jerry Jones, fired coach Jimmy Johnson in a fit of pique, the 'Boys have never been on a slippery slope to perdition. But it's die-hard fans like me who are in hell.
“I don’t like confrontation, although it’s alleged that I do. But I learned playing football that confrontation is necessary. You’d better get another sport if you don’t acknowledge and accept and willfully go after confrontation.”
His dreams. His fears. The truth about his love life. A candid chat with Texas’ most misunderstood sports hero.
Joe Nick Patoski takes on America's most storied football franchise in his new book, The Dallas Cowboys.
Two decades ago, a barbarian from Arkansas named Jerry Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys and rebooted the franchise from the ground up. Inside the wild first days of the most hostile takeover the NFL has ever known.
A Cowboys fan who claims she was burned by a hot bench outside Cowboys Stadium has sued the team and Jerry Jones.
What we'd like to get Rick Perry, Warren Jeffs, Willie Nelson, and other prominent Texans for Christmas.
It’s the best thing Jerry Jones could do for the Cowboys.
How much do Tom Hicks and Jerry Jones pay themselves for the privilege of owning the Dallas Stars, the Texas Rangers, and the Dallas Cowboys? That and more in a revealing joint interview.