Never a boring second for the Dallas Cowboys.
Owner and general manager Jerry Jones admittedly likes it that means however even he’s seemingly shuddering within the wake of the most recent scandal.
ESPN’s story Wednesday that particulars a lawsuit by 4 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders over sexual misconduct allegations in opposition to former Cowboys public relations chief Rich Dalrymple has ignited an enormous backlash on social media, as you’d in all probability anticipate.
But the disgust isn’t just geared toward Dalrymple. Jones was already on the heart of a gathering controversy with head coach Mike McCarthy after McCarthy mentioned his relationship with Jones on Rich Eisen’s radio show on Tuesday.
That story, by which McCarthy candidly described the distinctive place of working for Jones, was already below the collar of many Cowboys followers, many questioning if Jones’ type of administration was able to producing a Super Bowl title.
But then ESPN’s Don Van Natta Jr. printed his story lower than 24 hours later. He experiences the Cowboys paid a mixed $2.4 million to 4 cheerleaders, who allege Dalrymple walked in on their locker room at AT&T Stadium whereas they have been dressing and accused him of filming them on his iPhone from behind a partial wall of their locker room.
Dalrymple denies the allegations. He retired after 32 seasons on Feb. 2.
Many followers on social media have known as for the NFL to push Jones out as Cowboys proprietor. That’s not going to occur, in fact.
“The Cowboys keep taking Ls even in the off-season,” posted one fan on Twitter.
Another stated the “Dallas Cowboys are the gift that keeps on giving for news media all year long.”
There’s no query about that.