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A reporter from ESPN NFL will publish an unofficial biography of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.



Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, has been involved in a number of scandals over the years, including claims of sexual assault and a recent mandate to undergo a paternity test to ascertain whether he is the father of a 27-year-old woman. Unauthorized biographies of some of the NFL’s most recognizable players may now disclose new information about their personal lives.

Don Van Natta Jr., a senior writer for ESPN and a multi-award winning author of New York Times bestsellers, recently revealed that he will write a book about Jones called “The Star,” which will be published in 2026.

Simon & Schuster will publish the book, which will center on Jones’ life narrative and his journey to become an NFL owner. It will also concentrate on certain aspects of Jones’ life and career as an NFL owner that the team’s public face would prefer remain unreported.

“The son of a North Little Rock grocer, Jones invented—and played by—his own set of rules and went on to become one of the most influential and powerful figures in American sports from a risk-taking, almost broke oil wildcatter. I’m excited to be writing this book for Avid Reader Press because they understand that Jerry Jones’ incredible life story is the most compelling method to convey the tale of the National Football League’s incredible popularity.

Don Van Natta Jr. discusses his impending Jerry Jones biography, The Star (H/T Horrible Announcement)

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One of the most well-known club owners in American sports is Jones, who is 81 years old. In addition, he is among the NFL’s wealthiest owners. Van Natta Jr., a seasoned reporter and author, will discuss many aspects of Jones’ reputation in addition to highlighting his climb from aiding the Arkansas alumnus help the Razorbacks win the 1964 national title to the hazardous business endeavors that allowed him to eventually purchase the Cowboys.

“The only thing he cannot purchase is the one thing he desires most.”

Regarding his unpublished biography of Jerry Jones, Don Van Natta Jr.

The biography will “usher readers into the room rooms, executive suites, and the Park Avenue headquarters of the NFL,” according to Simon & Schuster, delving into some of what went on behind closed doors. However, the press release doesn’t go into detail about what aspects of Jones’ life and career as the Cowboys’ owner will be revealed.

2014 saw the release of Jerry Football by Van Natta Jr., which included some details of Jones’ time as the Cowboys owner. “The Star” is about to delve even further into Jones’ life, addressing some of the more current news stories, such as his approaching 30-year Super Bowl drought.



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