It’s the Cowboys’ biggest move in a long time.
That’s according to general manager Jerry Jones, who made the announcement Monday that he was leaving the organization.
It’s an important move for Jones, whose job depends on winning over fans and winning games, and for the Cowboys, who have been struggling to find success for years.
Jones will be replaced by Jerry Jones and Associates general manager Trent Baalke.
The Cowboys are hoping to turn around the team, and the team’s biggest offseason move will help make that happen.
Jones said he didn’t want to be on the wrong side of history by leaving the team.
“I want to make sure that we get the most out of what we’ve got and what we’re doing to be successful and make the playoffs, because we know we can do it,” Jones said.
The moves made Monday are the biggest the Cowboys have made in years.
The team made the playoffs last season for the first time since 2006.
It has made the postseason in five of the last six seasons.
The new general manager and assistant general manager, Trent Baalkes, are among the team owners.
They are joining the staff of Jerry Jones who is the only owner to win the Super Bowl with the Cowboys.
“It really feels great to have them, because they’ve been great with our players, and they know what it takes to win,” Jones told reporters.
“They know that you have to be very, very disciplined and they’ll get you that.”
The team’s new general manger and assistant GM, Trent, will be working under the same team leader Jerry Jones.
The NFL has expanded its playoffs to 24 teams from 12, with the New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers being among the teams that will participate.
The league has also expanded to 32 teams from 20, with each team participating in the playoffs.