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Senior writer Bill King writes special projects and covers combat sports and educational programs for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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From the archives: Family matters

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 22 / 17

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Sept. 28, 2015. The following are excerpts from a SportsBusiness Journal profile of Stephen Jones. W hen Stephen Jones played peewee football, his father was his coach. The Jones family lived in Little Rock, Ark., but back then Jerry Jones was a wildcatter drilling oil...

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