• Roger Staubach: I’d love to see Troy Aikman working in Cowboys’ front office; ‘He could be another John Elway’

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 6, 2014
    Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach says Troy Aikman could have similar success in an executive position with the Cowboys. Elway’s done a great job in Denver, so I think if they could figure out a way that would work with the family situation I would love to see Troy involved with the Cowboys.” “He could be another John Elway, as far as a general manager. “I think with winning organizations there are processes that are in place and there is a way to do things, a philosophy, a belief that you have and everything is built around that,” Aikman said. Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones has owned the Cowboys for a quarter of a century, which ought to provide some stability to the franchise. “There’s been a lot of turnover here in Dallas with the staff and schemes and what not because of the relatively lack of success on the field, and until they can really get locked down as to what they’re about, it’s hard then to go and build a roster the way that a team like Seattle has been able to do.”
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