Jerry Jones Makes Several Bold Claims About The Cowboys

Megan Armstrong Dallas Cowboys, NFL

The Dallas Cowboys have had a relatively quiet offseason.

Losing both Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson has been the biggest news from their camp.

However, they still have a competitive roster with Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, and CeeDee Lamb on offense.

On defense, Dallas has DeMarcus Lawrence, Dante Fowler Jr., Micah Parsons, and Trevon Diggs.

They’ve also added Tyler Smith, Sam Williams, and Jalen Tolbert through the draft.

The Cowboys believe that they have enough personnel to defend their NFC East title.

However, the Philadelphia Eagles could give them a run for their money.

But in terms of franchise valuation, the Cowboys are second to none.

Last season, Forbes estimated the team’s value at $6.5 billion, the highest in the NFL.

That’s a 14 percent change from their 2020 value and they had an operating income of $280.4 million.

It’s not even close because the New England Patriots are number two at $5 billion.

While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones would make a fortune in selling the team, it would be difficult to see it happen.