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When Should an NFL Owner Step In?

Published by on May 18, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Jerry Jones and Al Davis are often heavily criticized for the way they run their football teams. Both are owners that are very involved with their teams' day to day activity and personnel decisions. I don't even know anybody in their front office or if they even have one. Many feel that these guys are way too involved as owners.

Pardon me, but aren't they the ones writing the paychecks?

I often hear that if you hire somebody you should let them do the job. Okay that is fine, but does that mean the owner has no say in the matter? Let me ask if you owned a business, would you not get involved with how it was run? I sure wouldn't.

Jones often gets criticized for being on the sidelines. If he o...

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