SJ - April 27, 2022
Always front and center for anything Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones got some attention on Tuesday when he was asked who makes the final call on draft selections. He answered the question by saying that the process is an inclusive one.
The Cowboys owner/general manager joked that his son Stephen was responsible for drafting Taco Charlton ahead of T.J. Watt back in 2017. He took credit for picking Micah Parsons in the first-round last year.
#Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on who makes the final call in the draft room: “Taco was Stephen’s call. Parsons was my call.”
Jerry is not playing around. 🤣pic.twitter.com/aEV5J2FA33
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) April 26, 2022
Charlton, who has bounced around since asking for his release from the Cowboys in 2019, heard the joke and responded to it on Twitter.
— Taco Charlton (@TheSupremeTaco) April 26, 2022
Money makes everything better. Despite being a draft bust Charlton has been able to make a little over $11 million throughout his NFL career.
(h/t Larry Brown Sports)
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