Cowboys Jerry Jones Fuels Ex Patriots Belichick Rumours: 'We Could Work Together'

After deciding to bring back Mike McCarthy in 2024 and being given the opportunity to put an end to the Bill Belichick-to-the-Dallas Cowboys rumors

 Jerry Jones on Tuesday night instead left the door open.

"I know him personally and like him," Jones told reporters as he watched Senior Bowl practice in Mobile, Alabama.

"I have no doubt that we could work together. None. None."

Jones has previously publicly said that he is "100 percent supportive" of McCarthy's return for a lame-duck season in 2024, when he will be coaching in the final year of his contract. 

And Belichick, who left the New England Patriots on Jan. 11 after an extraordinary quarter-century of dominance

is expected to sit out next season, possibly doing television, while looking for work in 2025.

However, because of Jones' taunting and the media's outrage at the marriage between America's Team and the NFL's winningest coach

each Cowboys loss next season is sure to amplify Belichick's shadow.

Jones went out of his way to compliment McCarthy on Tuesday.

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