Jerry Jones Absurdly Doubles Down On 'All-In' Comments After Free Agency

The Cowboys owner once again reiterated that the team is 'all-in' for 2024 despite not doing much in the
Oct 16, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the ESPN Monday Night
Oct 16, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the ESPN Monday Night / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys have had a disappointing offseason after ownership called that they were “all in” for 2024. Dallas saw multiple players leave in free agency and didn’t do much to fill those voids on the roster.

The Cowboys also sat back and didn’t address the running back position as free agents such as Derrick Henry and Austin Ekeler were on the market. Dallas will likely fix the position in the NFL draft, but that doesn’t take away from the notion that they were “all in.”

Then when you add in the contract negotiations/situations involving Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb, it hasn’t been a fun offseason for Dallas.

Cowboys News: Jerry Jones Praises Roster Ahead of 2024 NFL Draft

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, EVP Stephen Jones, and head coach Mike McCarthy spoke with the media on Tuesday ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft. 

Jones spoke highly about the players that they do have and once again mentioned that Dallas is “all in.”

“We’re very proud of this roster,” Jones said (h/t Jon Machota of The Athletic). “We feel very, very good about the promise of this roster this season. … We feel great about what we’ve been in free agency. We’re all in.”

Dallas fans likely took a deep sigh after reading Jones’ quotes as it seems like this team hasn’t improved after their frustrating loss to the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs. 

The Cowboys didn’t make any major moves in free agency, outside of signing veteran linebacker Eric Kendricks. But it still does not account for the lack of acquisitions in the trenches and running back. 

With the NFL Draft on the horizon, the Cowboys have a ton of work to do, if they want to win their second-straight NFC East title and make a deep playoff run.

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