As Jerry Jones enters the first day of training camp with cameras focused on him, the only thing missing is his own theme song. With NFL Films shadowing him at training camp, it’s likely they’ll supply that soon, when Jones and his years with the Cowboys become the subject of a documentary.
It's been since 1995 that the Cowboys have won a Super Bowl. Last year in the divisional round against San Francisco, that was the furthest in the playoffs they’ve been since the latter part of the 20th century.
He’s the player who touches the ball first and on every down -- we’re talking about the center. That player is in the mix on every down, and Cowboys Center Tyler Biadasz is a no-nonsense kind of guy. In his role, he has to be, and there are many layers to a training camp.
“I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Marty Schottenheimer. I mean the opportunity he gave me back in 1993, the impact, the him and his wife Pat made on me personally and professionally, everything I do there’s a part of money going back to those 90s”
“If I have any questions, as far as any particular route, I need to be better at, or if you want me in a better position, I ask him where he need me to do anything in my power to get there,” said Cee Dee Lamb.
“We’ve been growing getting better, and just putting new things on film year after year, so is being under our third year now with DQ and just the things that we can accomplish and the goal that we have sit in our minds, we are guns blazing. Our foot is on the gas pedal the whole way.
"I’m very proud of my son. I always tell him, you know, what starts at home ... you’re representing the house. Your mom. But anyway, my son, he is humble he’s very humble, he just takes it with him wherever he goes. That’s what I love about him," Felicia Williams said.
“I think this is clearly the day that every body is waiting for. This is as close as we can get to preparation for a game. The opportunity to really practiced the real football, as far as the fundamentals and techniques,” said Head Coach Mike McCarthy.