Jerry Jones has said time and again in the week or so following the Cowboys’ season-ending loss to the New York Giants that he has no plans to step down as the team’s general manager, but he wants to make clear that this doesn’t mean that there won’t be changes coming to Valley Ranch.
Jones addressed reporters from WFAA Channel 8 on Sunday night, prior to a screening of the film “Albert Nobbs” at the Modern Art in Museum of Fort Worth.
"We'll make some changes; I'll assure you we'll make changes," Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. "When you work for yourself, there's not but one thing to change -- that's what's in that mirror.
"I've had to make some pretty drastic changes in my time. The only thing that stays consistent is, I've had this quarterback for 50-something years," Jones said, in reference to his wife. "That doesn't change."
While it’s good to hear that Jones isn’t content to ride into the 2012 season with the same personnel that brought us an 8-8 record in 2011, the one change Cowboys fans really want to see--Jerry stepping down as general manager--is still a long, long way off.
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