Jerry Jones Makes Insane “Glory Hole” Comment On ESPN’s ‘First Take’

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Jerry Jones has been on a hot one here lately.

I’m not sure if it’s because the Dallas Cowboys’ owner is really starting to get up there in age (he’s 79) and is at the point where he simply doesn’t give a damn anymore, or what, but SHEESH.

He recently came under fire for using a “derogatory word towards little people” during a press conference, and now, my guy is out here making glory hole references.

Jones made an appearance on ESPN’s First Take this morning, and compared how working hard in his life resulted in him reaching the illusive “glory hole.”

He said:

“I can’t tell you how many times in my life when I’ve had it handed to me in a lot of different, but I went back to work, got up on Monday morning, and there it was… glory hole.”

Excuse me for a minute…


For those who aren’t too familiar with what the “glory hole” is, well, you’re outta luck here. Go look it up on the Urban Dictionary, and it’ll put it all in perspective how wild Jones’ comments were.

And perhaps the weirdest part is, this isn’t the first time Jones has used the term in his career.

10 years ago, he made the reference about his team, saying he wanted the Cowboys to find the “glory hole.”

He said:

“For me, it’s a reminder… I, too, have been here 23 years. And it is a reminder I’ve been here when it was glory hole days, and I’ve been here when it wasn’t. And so, having said that, I want me some glory hole.”

I’m sure you do, brother.

Somebody really needs to inform the man before he makes even more of a fool of himself.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock