Dallas Cowboys vice-president Stephen Jones isn’t bothered by the team’s slow start in free agency. He said it’s part of the plan to be patient and frugal.
Dallas Cowboys vice-president Stephen Jones isn’t bothered by the team’s slow start in free agency. He said it’s part of the plan to be patient and frugal. Clarence E. Hill Jr. Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys vice-president Stephen Jones isn’t bothered by the team’s slow start in free agency. He said it’s part of the plan to be patient and frugal. Clarence E. Hill Jr. Star-Telegram

Dallas Cowboys’ plan is to build through draft, not free agency

March 20, 2016 08:43 PM

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