Who was that cleaning Jerry Jones' glasses?
Jerry Jones, the Cowboys owner/general manager, was sitting with his son, Stephen Jones, watching the Giants-Cowboys game when someone sitting behind them was cleaning off his eyeglasses.
That someone was Jerry Jones' son-in-law, Shy Anderson, who used to run the Arena Football League's Dallas Desperados. Anderson is also in charge of other businesses affiliated with the Jones family.
A video of Anderson taking care of his father-in-law's glasses went viral.
"One of the things that I would do, if I was another human on this planet, is not sit near me at a ballgame," Jerry Jones said Friday on KRLD-FM. "You can get compromised by what really is happening and of course that was Shy Anderson, my son-in-law, who is a vital part of our organization. He's trying to help his father-in-law where he can see the ballgame and he reached down and said, 'Those things need cleaning.'
"But he's paying the price on it. We'll figure out ... I heard somebody said somebody might be shining my shoes up there. Serving me hors d'oeuvres in-between (plays). We'll get this thing right."
Jerry Jones said Anderson has a great sense of humor and didn't take anything negative from taking care of his father-in-law in the suite.
103.3 FM ESPN PODCASTS
Play Podcast Todd Archer joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss the latest Tony Romo news and what he will be watching for in OTAs.
Play Podcast Nate Newton joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss his comments on how Jason Garrett should handle being on the hot seat and not let Jerry Jones get in the way.
Play Podcast Cowboys safety Barry Church joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss the new defensive scheme and the impact it will have on him, how much more intense he expects practice to be with Monte Kiffin and his expectations.
Play Podcast ESPN Insider Ed Werder joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss the latest Cowboys news, including Jason Garrett downplaying Tony Romo's involvement in offensive planning and play calling.
Play Podcast John Lynch joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss playing for Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli, why Cowboys fans should be excited about the new defensive staff, why Valley Ranch will no longer resemble a country club and his thoughts on the Cowboys' roster.
Play Podcast Herm Edwards joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss the latest Cowboys news and give his take on what new face will make the biggest impact for Dallas.
Play Podcast Nate Newton joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss what he saw at the Cowboys' rookie minicamp and how he helped Rod Marinelli on the defensive side of the ball.
Play Podcast Todd Archer joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss what he took away from the Dallas Cowboys' rookie minicamp.