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Friday, August 8, 2014

You can take the boys out of Arkansas ..... Dallas Cowboys edition

Posted By on Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 9:11 AM

BUS-TED: A shot from TMZ video of an LA night for the Dallas Cowboys party bus during Sunset Strip stop. A key NFL official was later reported to have been seen among passengers, SI says.
  • BUS-TED: A shot from TMZ video of an LA night for the Dallas Cowboys party bus during Sunset Strip stop. A key NFL official was later reported to have been seen among passengers, SI says.

OK. It was one thing when Rose City native Jerry Jones got flashed across TMZ in unseemly touchy feely photos with some dollies.  It was another thing when Little Rock native and Cowboys owner son Stephen similarly got flashed across TMZ for a night out on Sunset Strip in LA.

Boys will be boys. Even 71-year-old boys.

But when the Dallas Cowboys party bus gets linked up again with the strip club night out and the NFL vice president of officiating is believed to have been seen walking off the Cowboys party bus and captured on TMZ video, well .... Then as you'll see from Sports Illustrated, some of the other members of the millionaires club that is NFL ownership start to take notice.

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