Dak Prescott addresses the Jerry Jones photo 


By priyanka

What was the Jerry Jones photo about? 

A Sept. 9, 1957, AP Photo shows Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in the background of a group of defiant white students at Arkansas' North Little Rock High School blocking the doors of the school, denying access to six African-American students enrolled in the school.

What did Lebron James say about Jerry Jones? 

The volume of coverage and criticism, James said, was unfair because Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, 80, has not experienced the same firestorm for a 1957 photo of him as a 15-year-old among a white mob preventing six Black students from entering a segregated high school in Arkansas.

What is the history behind sports photography? 

In 1882, movement in sport was captured via a succession of different images to give the illusion of motion. Sports photographs were now able to convey action. Flexible and transparent celluloid roll film was marketed for the first time by the American George Eastman in 1884.

How much is Jerry Jones yacht worth? 

Jerry Jones' draft room is on his $250 million super-yacht.

What did Jerry Jones say about Prescott? 

"He had a very impressive throwing session before the game in Philadelphia," Jones said of Prescott. "He just really (showed) ball placement, throw the ball with strength, spin, zip, really the whole repertoire of being able to throw that football

What was Jerry Jones accused of? 

Jerry Jones accused of 'sticking tongue' in woman's mouth, grabbing and groping her forcibly in new lawsuit. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is facing a new lawsuit. Jones is accused of sticking his tongue in a woman's mouth, grabbing her forcibly and groping her, all against her consent

How did Jerry Jones make his money in oil and gas? 

A co-captain and offensive lineman on the University of Arkansas' 1964 national championship football team, Jones had accumulated a fortune drilling for oil and gas. His company Arkoma, which he cofounded with business partner Mike McCoy, landed a $175 million score in 1986.