The word on the streets of Chicago, the hometown of for Bulls superstar Michael Jordan, is that the greatest basketball player of all time wants to purchase, the Dallas Cowboys.
Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight said that Jordan told him that he tried to buy the New York Yankees but the Steinbrenner family would not sell.
He then expressed an interest in buying the Chicago Bulls, but owner Jerry Reinsdorf wanted way too much.
Next, Jordan called up Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and told him that he wants to buy his team.
Jones told Michael that since he's now 80, he has been seriously thinking about selling the team, because he just does not feel that his two sons have what it takes to run a high profile team like the "Boys."
From Pico de Gallo: I truly believe that there is a very damn good chance that in the not-too-distant future the great Michael Jordan could very well become the new owner of the great Dallas Cowboys.