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Published December 9, 2012
The Cowboys "canceled their annual Christmas party, scheduled for Monday at Cowboys Stadium, and instead plan on having a memorial service for Brown early next week" (ESPN.com, 12/9). Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones: "For the last few hours our focus has been on Jerry Brown. ... We all know but we remind ourselves that there is something more important than football and that’s life" (“FOX NFL Sunday,” FOX, 12/9).