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Thursday, 1 August 2013

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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has told the cheerleaders that he wants their short shorts to be shorter and tighter.

DALLAS - The Dallas Cowboys open their pre-season against the Miami Dolphins in what is known as The Hall of Fame game on Sunday night.

Last year many Cowboy fans were unhappy with the performance of the team and especially with quarterback Tony Romo.

In fact Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily tagged him with the nickname Tony "Oops" Romo due to his penchant for throwing interceptions or picks as they are now called.

After the Cowboys failed to make the NFL playoffs some die-hard Dallas fans threatened to stop following the Cowboys and start rooting for the Houston Texans instead.

Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner has said that he is doing all he can to bring in some younger and better players in order to motivate his team which at times plays like they're at some picnic out in the Texas countryside.

The Cowboys owner has even remarked that he has met with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and told them that they had better start screaming louder and longer or else they'll be out the door (of his billion dollar stadium).

He also let them know that he wants them to wear their white short shorts tighter and even shorter than they already are in order to attract more male fans and even some females of the lesbionic persuasion.

Tony Romo spoke with Hercules Confetti of Sporting Chance Magazine and he said that he promises the Cowboy fans that he will not throw any interceptions against the Miami Dolphins.

SIDENOTE: The word from the Cowboys organization is that Tony may not play at all since they do not want to take a chance on their franchise player getting hurt. So if that is the case then Romo will certainly keep his word (for the first game at least).

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