Deion Sanders' coaching abilities catching the eye of Cowboys' Jerry Jone
Deion Sanders, the head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, has had a significant impact on the team's performance,
helping them surpass their previous year's win total. His coaching style and influence on his players have garnered attention not only in college football but also in the NFL.
Sanders, a former NFL star, particularly caught the eye of his former boss, Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Sanders had a successful five-year stint with the Cowboys, during which he was a Pro Bowler for four years and was a key member of the last Cowboys team to win a Super Bowl.
As Sanders continues to gain recognition as a coach, it's inevitable that he will draw attention from various quarters, not just in Boulder, Colorado.
Jones spoke about Sanders following the Cowboys' win over the New York Jets, describing him as a "hell of a coach.
When asked about the possibility of Sanders coaching in the NFL, Jones acknowledged his ability to influence people,
which is a valuable quality in the NFL. However, he stopped short of speculating further, understanding that such discussions can lead in various directions.
Jones emphasized that Sanders possesses the stature, substance, and personality to connect with individuals and work with them on an individual basis
a quality that has a profound impact. He even shared his own experience of benefiting from Sanders' influence, further highlighting Sanders' ability to connect with people.