Earlier Tuesday afternoon, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with reporters ahead of the 2022 NFL draft.
During his Tuesday press conference, Jones explained why the team failed to re-sign star pass rusher Randy Gregory. He told reporters the market for Gregory "got too high for the team."
"If you've got a big question mark on availability, do you want to strap on millions and millions of dollars," Jones added. His comments were interesting, especially considering the fact the Cowboys had reportedly inked Gregory to the exact same deal he landed in Denver.
That was a point not lost on NFL reporter Marcus Mosher, who made that fact clear. Gregory saw Mosher's post and decided to have a few words for the Cowboys owner.
"Hell hath no fury like a scorned….owner? Mans needs to let it go and go find his war daddy already," he said.
Gregory and the Cowboys reportedly came to an agreement earlier this offseason. However, Dallas allegedly made a last-minute tweak to the contract, which Gregory and his agent decided was cause enough to go elsewhere.
He tied a career high with six sacks during the 2021 season. Now he'll take the field for the Broncos when the 2022 season kicks off.