Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones blasts anonymous player reports, says they have 'no credibility'


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Following a report from NFL Network's Jane Slater that multiple Cowboys players had "lost faith" in the coaching staff on Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joined 105.3 the Fan's K and C Masterpiece on Friday, and discussed his thoughts on the matter.

Never one to be shy with the media, Jones furiously refuted the validity and credibility of the anonymous player, and the Slater report.

"The criticism is that our guys might not know what they're doing out there and you put one of those innuendos," Jones told K and C Masterpiece. "It no more reflects the thinking of our players, than it reflects the thinking of something going on in the Kremlin. It is just absolutely irrelevant, and very very very irresponsible, relative to these times."

Jones went on to vigorously defend the Cowboys coaching staff and new head coach Mike McCarthy, which was newly assembled following the departure of Jason Garrett after the end of the 2019 season.

"Don't think that Mike McCarthy isn't a big boy that has big shoulders, and can't handle anything they want to throw at him," Jones said. "He's been to school on that. That's one of the reasons I wanted him here, is because it hasn't just been success for him. He's dealt with both of those imposters... The success imposter, and the failure imposter, and he's done well with it."

"It doesn't add to anything. It doesn't make me do anything other than almost smirk. Do you think it has any credibility? Think about it. Do you really think it has any credibility?" Jones continued. "Do you actually think that those words could come out of your mouth, and you can't say who gave you gave you the information has any credibility? Think about it. It had none."

You can listen to the full interview with Jones on The K and C Masterpiece, 105.3 The Fan Dallas-Ft. Worth, below.