Sunday, December 9, 2012
Jerry Jones wonders if more could have been done
By Todd Archer
CINCINNATI -- Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones is proud of the team’s player development program that helps with off-field issues but is left wondering if the team could have done more in the wake of the death of Jerry Brown.
Jerry Jones said he has spent the last 24 hours wondering if the Cowboys could've done anything that would've prevented Saturday's tragedy.
“I certainly have spent a lot of time over the last 24 hours looking back and thinking what might have been said and done and I know there are many things that might have been said and done, so the answer is yes,” Jones said. “But I know that’s the way things happen when you have a tragedy.”
The Cowboys will hold a memorial service for Brown on Tuesday.
Jones was asked after the game if the club would have a Friday night curfew.
“We have things in place that certainly we are always looking and reviewing under the circumstances,” Jones said. “We have those things. I wouldn’t go into specifically any detail or what we’re doing or what we’ve done. As a league, as a players’ association, we have several constituencies that really are a part of what’s in place, both from the players’ association as well as the Cowboys.”