Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones made it known on Monday that he has no plans to retire, and he’ll stay on as the owner as well as GM for 2012 and beyond.
Considering the Cowboys haven’t played for a Super Bowl since the mid-90s, critics have asked for Jones to step aside and hire someone to handle that position.
So does Jones ever sit back and ponder the idea of moving aside and hiring a GM?
“No, I don’t,” Jones said during a local radio interview with The Ticket (KTCK-AM 1310). “When I bought the team I said that there’s no way I could make the kind of commitment that I’m making to buy the team … and not have the final say relative to the kinds of things that general managers decide. So, I don’t see that at all. What I do see is a better straight line way of making decisions and that has born out over the years. Now we need to win a Super Bowl.”