Jones talked about several things, including the team's current negotiations with running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Here's the exchange:
"(That's) news to us and it certainly doesn't change anything," Jones said.
"Oh, I think you can easily get out of Oxnard (without getting deals done). Be back in Dallas before anything gets done. As a matter of fact, I don't see any momentum that would lead me to believe we're going to get anything done while we're out here (in Oxnard)."
"I don't know. You'd have to ask Zeke and his representation. Our goal is to get deals done. Our problem is we have a distribution dilemma. It's our job to manage the cap and we're trying to divide the pie. The money's going out the door it just depends on who gets what."
"No, I still think that's within the realm. At the same time, I think the market re-set with Le'Veon (Bell's contract). I think you see what happens with Gurley and you get a great player like Le'Veon, who's every bit as well thought of as Gurley and he had unfettered free agency. He had 32 teams with no draft picks attached, and the market was $13.5 million ... less than Gurley's ($14.375 million average). At the end of the day, business changes, and we pay attention to that."
"I don't want to get into what we've offered but we've been very generous with our offer."
Watch the full interview in the video at the top of the post.