Flanked by coach Jason Garrett and vice presidents Charlotte Anderson and Stephen Jones, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones makes the call to the No. 4 pick, Ezekiel Elliott.
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A conversation with the Cowboys owner on the Dak Prescott pick and how it happened, Romo's influence on Jones' grandson and why football will live on forever

By Peter King
December 20, 2016

In this week's episode, I sat down for a conversation with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Jones talks about Tony Romo's influence in the coaching of Jones' grandson, John Steven Jones, who recently quarterbacked his team to a Texas State championship. Jones explains what really happened with the Dak Prescott pick last spring and how proud he is of Romo's attitude this season. Jones also gives his passionate argument for why he thinks football will never die.

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