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1st in the Eastern division of the National Football Conference is the Dallas Cowboys who are owned and operated by Jerry Jones the American businessman. The Cowboys head coach is Jason Garrett who has been the Cowboys head coach since 2010 before that he was their asst. head coach and their offensive coordinator. AT&T Stadium is a retractable roof stadium and is the Cowboys home field it’s located at 1 AT&T Way, the stadium boasts a seating capacity of up to 105,000 as well as offering 342 special executive suites and the only team to use the stadium as their home field would be the Dallas Cowboys and annually the Cotton Bowl Classic is held there. The Dallas Cowboys are known as the most valuable spots team in the United States because they are worth $3.2 billion. RB Darren McFadden is not thrilled about the Dallas Cowboys using a running back committee between and 3rd season RB Joseph Randle, with McFadden the Cowboys will be getting a great pass protector, hard and a very fast runner he is able to pick up the blitz and protect the QB. As for Randle he is a hard worker, not afraid to do his job at all and health will probably be the deciding factor when they finally choose a #1. Also added this season are two drafts or Jerry J’s attempts at improving the Cowboys defense, so he signed former Panthers DE Greg Hardy and then he went on to draft rookie DE Randy Gregory who has displayed natural talent from day one and Jerry J is saying he is absolutely essential and a much better player than originally thought.
Formerly known as Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas serves as home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Boasting a retractable roof it is a multi-purpose stadium which has been used for a variety of other uses. Such as concerts, college football, basketball games, soccer and motorcross races. The stadium is sometimes referred to as “Jerry’s World” after owner Jerry Jones. Seating capacity for the stadium is 80,000 including standing room only. Current construction cost was $1.5 billion making it one of the most expensive sports venues ever built. To help pay for the stadium Arlington voters approved a 0.5% sales tax, the hotel occupancy by 2%, and car rental by 5%. The city provided over $325 million including interest in bonds as funding with Jones covering any cost overruns.
January 12, 2015 the facility is excited to be hosting the first National Bowl Challenge Championship game in the College Football Playoff era. May 13, 2009. Jerry Jones christened the stadium Cowboys Stadium and then announced that the Dallas Cowboys had decided to grant naming rights to AT&T, the deal worth about $17-$19 million a year. This will make AT&T’s fourth major league sports venue where it holds naming rights. San Francisco’s AT&T Park, San Antonio’s AT&T Center, and Jones AT&T Stadium.