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Sport Jerry Jones Saddened By Jerry Richardson's Decision To Sell The Panthers

19:25  18 december  2017
19:25  18 december  2017 Source:   si.com

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with reporters after the Cowboys' Sunday night win against the Oakland Raiders and expressed his sadness over Jerry Richardson ' s decision to sell the Carolina Panthers . Richardson , who has owned the Panthers since the NFL expansion in 1993, is

Jerry Jones Saddened By Jerry Richardson ' s Decision To Sell The Panthers . Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with reporters after the Cowboys' Sunday night win against the Oakland Raiders and expressed his sadness over Jerry Richardson ' s decision to sell the Carolina Panthers .

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with reporters after the Cowboys' Sunday night win against the Oakland Raiders and expressed his sadness over Jerry Richardson's decision to sell the Carolina Panthers.

Richardson, who has owned the Panthers since the NFL expansion in 1993, is under investigation for allegations of sexual misconduct and racist language at work. Hours after an extensive investigation by Sports Illustrated was published, Richardson announced that he was selling the team in a five-paragraph letter on the team's website. He did not specifically address the investigation or allegations against him. SI reported that at least four former employees had settled with the Panthers regarding inappropriate workplace behavior.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with reporters after the Cowboys' Sunday night win against the Oakland Raiders and expressed his sadness over Jerry Richardson ' s decision to sell the Carolina Panthers . Richardson , who has owned the Panthers since the NFL expansion in 1993, is

Jerome Johnson Richardson Sr. (born July 18, 1936) is an American businessman, public benefactor, former NFL player and former owner in the National Football League (NFL).

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"I'm sad," Jones said. "I'm very sad. Jerry was one of the most really, really, really outstanding men of football that I've ever met. And I really admire him. I know he made it the old fashion way; he worked for it. And he took what he made in a short time in pro football, and turned it into a great business. And then used that to get the Carolina franchise. So it's a great story. I'm saddened by any of the stories or the things that might have instigated this at this time. He's a battler. He's a big man with a big heart. By the way, that's somebody else's heart. He's had a heart transplant. He'd be the first to tell you he's had a blessed life. But I'm really sad. I want all of those kind of men we could have in the National Football League."

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he was "very sad" following the announcement Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson would sell Richardson , 81, announced his intention to sell the franchise hours after a Sports Illustrated profile revealed allegations of rampant misconduct against him.

Jerry Richardson ’ s abrupt decision to sell the Carolina Panthers took the NFL world by surprise, including his fellow owners. And one of the most influential of those is going to be sorry to see Richardson go. “I’m very sad,” Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Sunday evening.

On Sunday, the NFL announced that it has taken over the investigation of workplace misconduct.

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Jason Garrett reacts to Jerry Jones's vote of confidence .
Jason Garrett on Wednesday weighed in on Jerry Jones all but assuring he’d be back as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys next season. “It’s not something I really think about very much,” Garrett said Wednesday before practice, via The Dallas Morning News. “I get focused on what I need to do to do my job as well as I can do it. That’s what my intention is, my focus is every day.

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