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Altes Rindfleisch wird immer noch verkauft. Fragen Sie einfach die Cowboys und Jimmy Johnson

von NFI Redaktion

As long as the nostalgia of the 1990s beef sells, I’ll never feel old. Back then, I was just a kid. A kid who watched box scores in the Chicago Sun-Times and followed the daily drama of the 1997 Chicago Bulls contract negotiations. Even as a teenager, I recognized the oddity of Jimmy Johnson and the Dallas Cowboys parting ways after consecutive Super Bowl championships. But in 1994, it was a bit early for me to understand the egos of men like Jerry Reinsdorf and Jerry Jones.

Fast forward to 2023, I’m a sports journalist in my mid-30s, the Bulls and Chicago White Sox are at best uninteresting, and Jones and Johnson have both been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. However, the famous Cowboys Ring of Honor is missing the head coach responsible for two of the franchise’s five Super Bowl championships. The coach who was willing to trade one of the most recognizable faces in football – the guy who tried to be a senator in Georgia last year – to build one of the most dominant teams in NFL history.

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