During a press conference to discuss Dak Prescott’s extension with the Dallas Cowboys, team owner Jerry Jones broke some news. According to Jones, the team expects to have “full stadiums” as soon as this season.
His announcement comes just hours after the Texas Rangers officially announced they’ll allow 100% capacity for Opening Day, albeit with masks.
Jerry Jones says the #Cowboys will have a safe training camp in Oxnard and full stadiums for games next season.— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) March 10, 2021
It seems Texas, Florida, and Arizona are taking charge during our COVID recovery, and we’re loving every second of it. Jones briefly mentioned how much money everyone lost during the shutdowns, so it makes sense that he’s motivated to get fans back to Jerry’s World.
And while most of us hate the Dallas Cowboys, we can also admit that the sight of a full Cowboys stadium would put a smile on our faces. Gotta have full stadiums so that the Cowboys fanbase can truly be disappointed.