Jerry Jones compares Cowboys’ contract woes to ‘spurting blood’


Jerry Jones had a weird approach of telling folks he’s not frightened concerning the Dallas Cowboys’ contract disputes.

The longtime Cowboys proprietor used an unsettling analogy a couple of almost severed hand to convey that he’s been right here earlier than, and his expertise makes him well-equipped to deal with negotiations with stars Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper.

“Image you had been a driver of a automobile and also you had a wreck and your hand was nearly severed off, however you didn’t perceive your anatomy,” Jones instructed reporters Tuesday. “You look down, you’re spurting blood, you open the door, and run to the woods, and both die bleeding to dying or shock. The educated man appears to be like down, is aware of his anatomy, squeezes and is aware of his finest likelihood is to attend for assist. That’s as a result of he’s been there lots and achieved that. So I’m squeezing and ready for assist.”

Somebody then requested the 76-year-old Jones the place his assistance is coming from, to which he replied, “Pull it out of my…” and started laughing. One other a part of the anatomy, somebody identified to Jones.

“Precisely,” Jones mentioned. “We’re having an anatomy lesson. One of the best one in all all. I want I had been that fast.”

Elliott has been figuring out in Cabo San Lucas and holding out for a brand new deal, whereas Prescott reportedly rejected a proposal value $30 million a season.