Dallas Cowboys: 5 random thoughts before July 2020 starts

(Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
(Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) /
3 of 3
Jerry Jones, Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys
Jerry Jones, Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) /

Jadeveon Clowney sightings

So, landing a big name like Jamal Adams isn’t enough, eh? Well, this comes as no surprise. The Dallas Cowboys have Super Bowl aspirations in 2020, so this allure will draw in big names.

Of course, the Cowboys need to be a threat again at the defensive line. But Clowney will cost big if the Cowboys want to nab him for 2020 and beyond.

The six-foot-five, defensive end turned 27 last February. In six seasons as an NFL Pro, he has accumulated 236 tackles, 32 sacks, eight forced fumbles, and eight fumble recoveries. He has played in 75 games under two teams, the Houston Texans and the Seattle Seahawks.

Clowney and the Cowboys might favor a one-year deal, but Dallas is committed to DeMarcus Lawrence. According to Spotrac.com, the defensive end has a cap hit of $21,900,000 in 2020 alone.

The loser of the Hall of Fame cancellation

August 6 would have been a special night for Dallas Cowboys fans. In particular, for all those 90’s fans who witnessed the glory of three Super Bowl Championships.

The Hall of Fame Game is pushed back 364 days, set for August 5 of 2021. Unfortunately, former head coach Jimmy Johnson will have to wait a full year before getting his moment.

Perhaps, this is a chance for Jerry Jones to consider adding Johnson to the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor. 20 names are currently blessed to be part of this astounding group of football men. Of these 20 names, 13 are already in the Hall of Fame.

Next. The top 30 moments in Dallas Cowboys history. dark

Johnson is a Hall of Famer. But his name isn’t among the prestigious names of the Ring of Honor? It’s time to think about that again, Mr. Jones.