Jerry Jones' Cryptic Statement Hints at Cowboys' Free Agency Plans

According to Jerry Jones, the Dallas Cowboys are going all-in in 2024.
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This time last year, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said that he was thinking "longer team" and was "hesitant to bet it all for a year".

Fast forward 365 days and another Cowboys collapse in the playoffs, we are seeing an entirely different Jerry Jones.

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones is Going All-In in 2024

Speaking at this year's Senior Bowl in Alabama, Jones had a different approach, surprising Cowboys fans who largely expected the team to run it back in 2024.

"I would anticipate we will be all in at the end of this year. We will push the hell out of it. It will be going all in on different people than you've done in the past. We will be going all in. We've seen some things out of some of the players that we want to be all in on. Yes, I would say that you will see us this coming year not build for the future."

Jerry Jones on 2024 Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys are obviously not too far off from the Super Bowl. That's why they are bringing back head coach Mike McCarthy. But, Jones is seemingly not willing to build for the future anymore.

Instead, he seems set on wanting to end the 28-year Super Bowl drought for the Cowboys.

Being aggressive in free agency is a good way to do so but this may be a challenge for Dallas with paydays coming for the likes of Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb, and Micah Parsons in the future.

Jones added that the two areas he wants to address this offseason are stopping the run and running the ball. If Jones is serious about "pushing the hell out of it", Cowboys fans should expect to see some free-agency signings in those two areas.

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