Anybody could have guessed that hanging four gigantic TVs from the top of an NFL stadium might have been an issue. Anyone but Jerry Jones, the Cowboys owner who sees no problem with errant punts bouncing around behind the giant high-definition video monitors hanging from Jones’ new Cowboys Stadium, despite Titans punter AJ Trapasso making contact with the board in preseason action Saturday.
Jones was adamant that the video screen was built to “league specifications and he had no intentions of raising it to a higher level, but a source indicated that a preliminary discussion already has occurred as to the logistics and costs of such a change. The source said any correction would cost at least $2 million.
Jones reportedly planned to temporarily raise the board by 25 feet to accommodate sightlines for a scheduled U2 concert in October. via.
Wait, so dude can move it for U2, who’s just as annoying as Nickelback but without the exuberance, but not for the NFL? Whatever. Just move it up for that damn potato band and leave it up. Think of it as a facelift for your new stadium. You’re familiar with those, aren’t you Jerry?