- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Friday he underwent eye surgery to repair his retina.
Jones, who spoke with reporters while wearing sun glasses, said he had the surgery on Wednesday.
"It's fine, it went very well," Jones said. "I just had a little surgery and I got that done Wednesday so it's going to work good. It's more retina work. Actually don't know when it was injured, but probably could have been as much as 10-to-15 years ago. It had me where I wasn't hitting the curveball like I know that I can."
In 2010, Jones underwent what he called major surgery for an undisclosed illness. Jones said the surgery wasn't life-threatening or heart-related.
"The bottom line is I have been kinda easing it around a little bit, but that's about over with," Jones told ESPNDallas.com back in 2010. "With a couple of limitations."