The Jacksonville Jaguars have taken up ad space to point out that their new video boards are bigger than the JerryTron.
The Houston Texans will reportedly install a videoboard larger than the one at Cowboys Stadium at Reliant Stadium in Houston.
Titans' head coach Jeff Fisher, who watched as AJ Trapasso hit the JerryTron with a punt in an exhibition last year, is surprised that the massive videoboard hasn't been more of a problem.
The NFL announced several new rules on Wednesday, from the spring meetings in Orlando, including one that addresses the JerryTron and other such structures.
The league's competition committee said on Wednesday that the JerryTron is just fine where it is.
Newfangled technology will finally make it feel like you're seeing the Cowboys in person.
You can now wager on whether or not a punt will hit the massive videoboard at Cowboys Stadium; ah, progress.
The controversial video board can stay; but the advertisements that hang below it will be removed before the September 20 home opener.
Parking for the physically disabled has come under question of late, prompting team officials to explore possible alternative solutions.
In the end, Jerry Jones was right. The NFL screwed up on the height of the scoreboard. Today, the league admitted as much.