Fbefore Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory responded to team president’s comments Jerry Jones after he said that the cost of the player is too high.
During the team owner’s press conference before 2022 NFL Drafthe was asked about what happened to Gregory, who practically arranged his succession with the team, although he eventually changed his mind and made it with Denver Broncos.
Words by Jerry Jones
“I’d rather have two than one,” Jerry Jones said after the team signed. Dorans Armstrong and Dante Fowler Jr. even assuring that he did so at less cost than Gregory’s succession would have cost.
He added that the price for a player who came to Dallas in 2015 was significantly high, so they preferred to let him go and look for other options.
“It’s too expensive for the team. If you have a big question mark about affordability, do you want to make millions and millions of dollars?” Jerry Jones asked.
Randy Gregory replied on social media
The reporter Mark Mosher wrote on the social network Twitter that the defensive wing wanted to sign him in Dallas with the exact same deal he got in Denver as a free agent, and then the player responded.
“Does not hell have such rage as that of a despised…master?” Gregory tweeted. “Maine needs to let go of the situation and already look for his fighting dad.”
So while the team owner interrogated Availability Randy Gregorythe player did not remain silent and made it clear that the situation ended not in the best way.
Gregory was selected in the second round of the 2015 draft and practically missed two seasons due to a substance abuse policy violation. I played 50 games for the Dallas team. 16.5 sacks and eight forced fumbles.
At the end of the 2021 season, he was virtually guaranteed a five-year, $70 million contractbut opted to play for Denver at the last second.