Cowboys' Jerry Jones on Texans' Cal McNair: 'Great owner'

Houston Chronicle

Caption Close When Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones saluted his friend, the late Texans owner Bob McNair, with a Lifetime Achievement award this week, he weighed in on McNair's son. Cal McNair is the chairman of the Texans and chief executive officer who's in charge of the Texans. The AFC South franchise, valued at $3.1 billion by Forbes, is owned by his mother, Janice, McNair's widow. A University of Texas and Cypress-Fairbanks graduate who played football in college and high school and has a master's degree from Rice, Cal McNair assumed a more prominent leadership role after his father was diagnosed with skin cancer and eventually succumbed to the disease on Nov. 23, 2018. Jones has gotten

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