Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell that he is going to come after him with a vengeance, according to a report from ESPN's Don Van Natta and Seth Wickersham.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is mulling a lawsuit against other NFL owners and commissioner Roger Goodell over Goodell's contract extension.
Before Roger Goodell agreed to his contract extension with the NFL owners, Jerry Jones offered up a resolution that would have tabled discussions about the deal for six months, Seth Wickersham of ESPN.com reports.
Jerry Jones may face a big fee for trying to derail Roger Goodell's contract talks.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will appeal the NFL's decision to seek $2 million in reimbursement of legal fees from his actions regarding Ezekiel Elliott's suspension as well as Roger Goodell's contract extension, according to ESPN.
This isn't the first time Jerry Jones has positioned himself against the NFL, and it probably won't be the last. The MMQB's Peter King discusses whether Jones has enough support from NFL owners to oust Roger Goodell.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is starting to flex his muscles, but does he actually have a case against the NFL? SI legal analyst Michael McCann shares what evidence Jones needs to have a credible lawsuit against the league.
Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott took to Twitter to thank team owner Jerry Jones for supporting him throughout his legal battle with the NFL last season.