Free agency is still nearly a month away, but Jerry Jones is already busy spending money on new toys for the Cowboys.
No, the Cowboys haven’t signed a new player to help end their playoff drought — not yet, at least. Instead, Jones invested a couple million dollars in a luxury bus, so his team can ride around in style.
While the Cowboys’ newest addition didn’t cost quite as much as the $1.3 billion stadium that debuted in 2009, this bus didn’t come cheap either. The team hasn’t come forward with a figure just yet, but similar models have cost between $1.5 and $2.5 million, according to The Dallas Morning News.
The team’s new bus, called “The Elegant Lady,” has been cruising around the country since making its initial debut at the Super Bowl in New Orleans, La., earlier this month when former offensive lineman Larry Allen awaited his Hall of Fame induction announcement. The bus is currently on its way to Indianapolis, Ind., for the NFL scouting combine, where Jones and the rest of the Cowboys staff will cruise in comfort.
Now, maybe Jones can focus on driving his team back into the postseason for the first time in three years.
Check out some photos of the bus below.
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