New footage has emerged from a recent car accident involving Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
In a video posted Friday by TMZ, a silver car is seen trying to turn before being struck by a dark-colored sedan at what appears to be a high speed. The outlet states that the 79-year-old Jones was in the darker car.
The incident occurred Wednesday evening near Wolf Street and Harry Hines Boulevard in Dallas, with authorities noting that “a vehicle failed to yield and turned in front of another vehicle, causing the collision,” according to The Dallas Morning News.
Jones was later seen outside the vehicle, where he appeared to have a slight limp, and he also rolled up his pant leg to seemingly assess for injuries. He was taken to Parkland Hospital as a precaution but returned home a short while later.
“He is all good,” said Stephen Jones, Jones’ son and the Cowboys executive vice president.
As of Friday, the Cowboys organization has not publicly addressed the incident involving Jones.
Last week, Jones hosted an extravagant party as the 2022 NFL Draft got underway. The Cowboys selected Tulsa offensive tackle, Tyler Smith, in the first round.