Jerry Jones says he can and 'will change' as Cowboys owner and general manager


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Some say Jerry Jones sounded like a different person when he joined the K&C Masterpiece on Friday morning. Others say they heard the same ole' Jerry.

No matter which side of the fence you come down on, Jerry's comments Friday about the way he runs the team in the future we're eye-opening.

"When you work for yourself, there's no firing him. You got to change him, and he's got to change the direction he's going. I've worked all my life for myself, but I've had to change directions many times," Jones said. "So, I will change. I can change. I'm not saying which way (I'll change). But I'm capable of change. I've had to (in order to) have any success in my life."

Jones won't be removing himself from the general manager role, but it'll be interesting to see how he acts on his words. Earlier in the interview, Jones also said he would do whatever it takes to win another Super Bowl.

“Do ya'll have any idea how much I’d write a check for if I knew for sure I could get that Lombardi Trophy? It is the foremost thing. Not money. I had money when I bought the Cowboys. ... There has never been but one thing, and that is win,” he said.