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Jerry Jones may not go to Charles Haley’s Hall of Fame induction

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who rides to and from practice on cart, may not make it to the Hall of Fame ceremony this year because of recent hip surgery.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who rides to and from practice on cart, may not make it to the Hall of Fame ceremony this year because of recent hip surgery. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones may not make it to Canton, Ohio for defensive end Charles Haley’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Jones said he has always planned to go but he is playing it by ear to his recent hip replacement surgery.

He has to wear compression stockings on his legs to avoid clotting on long flights.

Jones said no final decision has been made and that trip has always been an “if” because of the surgery.

“My plans have always been to go,” Jones said. “So I’m planning. Flying creates an issue, the air pressure, anybody will tell you that you have to keep an eye on the amount of flying. When you do, it hose up to not have a clot. That has always been an if thing.”

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