HOUSTON, TX - JANUARY 29: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones attends a PlayStation 2 Pre- Super Bowl party at The Whiskey in the Hotel Icon January 29, 2004 in Houston, Texas.(Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images)
After a week of free agency in the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys have been, for all intents and purposes, spectators along with the rest of us. Through a few major and minor deals by Washington, Philadelphia and New York, the other players in the NFC East, Dallas has not so much as scheduled a visit.
That may soon change, according to Jerry Jones.
Jones spoke to reporters at Valley Ranch on Wednesday concerning free agency, and said that the team is about ready to begin scheduling visits with free agents. Beyond that, Jones said that as the free agency period unfolds further, possible deals not apparent now may present themselves.
"I don't want to give a time, because this has everything to do with their schedules,'' Jones said in reference to free agents, per the Dallas Morning News."I'm anticipating some value and opportunity that is not necessarily there right now. The process hasn't let us get there.
"Now, if that doesn't show, that will limit what I do.''