Vice president Stephen Jones is satisfied with the Cowboys roster after the free agency and the draft and says the team is ready to play.
Vice president Stephen Jones is satisfied with the Cowboys roster after the free agency and the draft and says the team is ready to play. Clarence Hill Star-Telegram
Vice president Stephen Jones is satisfied with the Cowboys roster after the free agency and the draft and says the team is ready to play. Clarence Hill Star-Telegram

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