Is June Jones Going Back to Hawaii? And Is Cowboys Stadium Bad for Football's Future?
And Parade has posted this sneak peak at a piece by Washington Post sportswriter Sally Jenkins, who wonders, after a visit to Jerry Jones's EnormoDome in Arlington, "Has the NFL gotten so overpriced that it's inaccessible to most fans? And is seeing a game in person worth the trouble and expense, or is it just as good to stay home with a satellite hook-up and a big TV?" Her answer, summed up: "A game at Cowboys Stadium attempts to please its entire audience, from the people with party passes to the affluent in their windowed boxes. But how long and in how many cities can the NFL retain both? If Cowboys Stadium is the trendsetter, the NFL is moving toward a day when only the wealthiest fans can afford to watch in person."