Jerry Jones Biography
(American Businessman, President and General Manager of the 'Dallas Cowboys Team' of the NFL)
Birthday: October 13, 1942 (Libra)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Jerry Jones is the man who single-handedly enabled ‘Dallas Cowboys’ to reclaim their former glory. Jerry’s association with football commenced when he started playing as a ‘running back’ for his college team. Along with some illustrious people as teammates and coaches, Jones won the ‘National Championship’ with his team. Following a master’s degree and a few failed business ventures, Jones struck gold with the ‘Jones Oil and Land Lease’, an energy exploration firm. He expanded the company extensively and made huge profits over time, and later went on to purchase the NFL team ‘Dallas Cowboys’. He didn’t shy away from taking bold decisions and immediately imposed his dynamic personality on the team, bringing about sweeping changes in the team’s management and administration. Not only did he lead the team to an incredibly successful run, but also improved its finances substantially. With a penchant for speaking his mind, he has often been involved in controversies. However, his team’s on-field successes did not endure in spite of Jones changing coaches regularly, but the financial resources of the team only got better with time. Jones might not be the most popular person in NFL, but he certainly is one of the most effective ones.