Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones responded on Tuesday to Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman’s criticism of his leadership in a radio interview.

Aikman, who recently said he would be interested in being a general manager in the NFL, said he wouldn’t want to work for Jones because he has a stranglehold on the position.

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Jones, however, brushed off Aikman’s criticism. He said if Aikman was in his shoes and bought a team like he did, that Aikman would want to run the team with his own vision.

Jones said people who think he operates in the dark are misunderstood.

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