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  1. Jerry Jones - Wikipedia

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    Jerry Jones Jr. is the Cowboys' chief sales and marketing officer/vice president. Jones owns a home in Destin, Florida. Jones revealed in July 2015 at press conference before Cowboys training camp that he had undergone hip replacement surgery, joking that he wouldn't start the season on the PUP list.

  2. Jerry Jones - Forbes

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    Apr 30, 2021 · The former co-captain of University of Arkansas 1964 national championship team, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has long had football in his blood. His most valuable holding is the Dallas ...

  3. Jerry Jones - Dallas Cowboys

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    Jones becomes the 15th owner in history to earn a bust in Canton. ­­­ In one of the most dramatic eras of ownership in professional sports, Jerry Jones' stewardship of the Dallas Cowboys has brought unprecedented results and success to one of the world's most popular sports entities.

  4. Jerry Jones Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline

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    Jerry Jones is a businessman from America, who is popularly known for being the owner of the football team ‘Dallas Cowboys. Jerry’s wealth is estimated to be around $4.2 Billion, as of 2014. Jones, who bought the team in 1989 from its previous owner H. R Bright, has also been the subject of many controversies and criticisms for exploiting ...

  5. 357-Foot-Long Superyacht Owned By Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry ...

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    Aug 17, 2020 · When the Dutch superyacht shipyard Oceanco delivered the 357-foot-long, $250 Million superyacht Bravo Eugina to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones last year, his ability to hold meetings (and even ...

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    Jerral Wayne Jones was born on 13 October 1942 in Los Angeles, California to the family of J.W. "Pat" Jones and Armenita Pearl Clark Jones. His birth sign is Libra. He has a sister named Jacquelyn Jones. His father Pat was a chairman and president of Modern Security Life Insurance Co. Jones studied at North Little Rock High School and completed his graduation in 1960. He was the member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity at the University of Arkansas. Most importantly, he was the co-captain of the 1964 National Championship football team. He is one of the NFL owners who had a successful football career with Jerry Richardsonof the Carolina Panthers being the other. He received a Master's degree in business in 1970.

    Jones faced tough days during his initial professional career. He borrowed $1 million from Jimmy Hoffa's Teamsters to open a Shakey's Pizza Parlor restaurant in Missouri but his attempt failed miserably. He tried to buy the American Football League's San Diego Chargers in 1967 but he was failed in the attempt. After several other unsuccessful business ventures, he began an oil and gas business in Arkansas named 'Jones Oil and Land Lease' that ultimately became a success.

    Being the member of Arkansas Razorbacks, he won the FWAA College Football National Championship in 1964. He became the three-time Super Bowl champion- XXVII, XXVII, and xxx. As the owner, president and GM of the Dallas Cowboys, he won the Outstanding Team ESPY Award in 1993. In 2010, he won the NFF Gridiron Club of Dallas Distinguished Texan Award with a Horatio Alger Award in 2013. In 2014, he became the NFL Executive of the Year.

    Jones has an estimated net worth of about $5.6 billion; all being the co-owner of the Dallas Cowboys. He paid $140 million for the Cowboys from the previous owner, H.R. Bright who had previously purchased the Cowboys for $60 million. Over the last decade, the Cowboys value increased over 220% from $1.50 billion to $4.80 billion. When Jones bought the Cowboys, they were in heavy loss of $1 million per month and now, it is worth an amazing $4.8 billion. It has an estimated operating income of $350 million on an annual basis. He owes a two-story 14,044-square-foot Mediterranean style house at Preston Road. The house featuring marble floors and 30-foot ceilings worth $13,428,790. Reportedly, he also owns a home in Dallas, Texas, United States.

    Jerry and his lovely wife Eugenia 'Gene' Jonesare the kinds of a couple seen in the old movies. The couple who first met and fell in lovewhile studying at the University of Arkansas. Gene was the winner of the 1960 Miss Arkansas USA while Jerry was a college football player at Arkansas. The couple married in 1963 after their sophomore year of college. The couple welcomed their first son, a baby boy named Stephen Jonesin 1964. He has achieved multiple hats for the Cowboys being the Executive Vice President, Director of Player Personnel and Chief Operating Officer. Their second child, Charlotte Jones Andersonwas born on 26 July 1966. She is working as Executive Vice President and the Chief Brand Officer of the Cowboys. Charlotte was fired by her father twice over budget issues as she didn't spend enough. The youngest boy in the family, Jerry Jones Jr.is the current Chief Sales and Marketing Officer and the Executive Vice President of the Cowboys. Though everything went at a perfect pa...

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  6. Feb 19, 2021 · Jerry Jones is doing what he has always done: trying to cash in. He is damn good at it. He is a billionaire for a lot of reasons: business acumen, luck, fearlessness and the willingness to do ...

  7. Sep 09, 2020 · Top-15 richest owners in the NFL. 1. David Tepper, Panthers: $13 billion (Ranked 41st richest person in the country) 2. Jerry Jones, Cowboys: $8.6 billion (56th overall)

  8. Feb 19, 2021 · Still, the resultant human suffering has been a boon to some, like Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who is a majority share holder in natural gas company Comstock Resources Inc. The increased ...

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