The NFL's 'AskJerryJones' Session Went Terribly Wrong

The NFL Network asked Twitter users to submit questions to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones using #AskJerryJones. It didn't go well.
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The NFL's 'AskJerryJones' Session Went Terribly Wrong

A Q&A session with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones did not go well. Who knew?

By using the hashtag #AskJerryJones, football fans could ask the Cowboys owner anything. ANYTHING!

There were some questions about the team.

Specific players.

Some weird stuff and more. 

But most the questions were about this guy: Defensive end Greg Hardy who the Cowboys controversially signed in the offseason.

"No comment. Any other questions? No comment. Any other question? No comment. Any other questions," Hardy told reporters

NFL fans had plenty of questions — for Jerry Jones.

"One of the real leaders on this team. He earns it with respect from all of his teammates," Jones told reporters.

We're still awaiting Jones' answers to these latest questions.

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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