The Cowboys players got together to hold a charity event and talk a little football.
Some of the Dallas Cowboys players got together yesterday for the Reliant Home Run Derby which raises money for the Salvation Army. In between swings at the plate trying to hit a few home runs, some of the players spoke to the press.
Byron Jones discussed his transition from safety to cornerback. Even though Kris RIchard is the new coach in the secondary, Jones isn’t planning to emulate Richard Sherman.
“You have to develop your own style of play,” Jones said Wednesday from the team’s seventh-annual Reliant Home Run Derby in Frisco. “He [Sherman] has as different frame than me. I’m just trying to find my own style out there.”
He is another player that can’t help but praise new coach Kris Richard.
“He’s great,” Jones said of Richard. “ His energy is contagious throughout the entire meeting room. He’s a smart guy. ...We love him so far. We like the passion he brings to the game.”