Jimmy Johnson answers whether Jerry Jones will present him at Pro Football Hall of Fame induction

Two-time Super Bowl-winning coach Jimmy Johnson revealed on Twitter who will be presenting him at the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony.

       

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Eric Dickerson says he will pass along fans' concerns on Los Angeles Rams' new logo

The Los Angeles Rams unveiled a new logo this week, and the Internet’s response was overwhelmingly negative. 

Between the memes and social media shots, Hall of Fame running back and former Rams great Eric Dickerson — who signed his message “The Rambassador”  — said he planned on taking fans’ suggestions straight to the front office and tweeted two alternative logos. 

“(Rams) fans, I reviewed your comments regarding our new logos and share in your disappointment,” Dickerson wrote. “I’ll be speaking with the Rams on our behalf. Please like if you prefer the logo on the left and retweet to vote for the logo on the right.”

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Rams general manager Kevin Demoff had some fun with the backlash this week, turning it into a charity opportunity: if donations to a charity telethon for coronavirus relief eclipsed $2 million, he’d read mean tweets (the drive eclipsed that goal on Tuesday). 

“If some self-deprecating humor and people taking shots at me can raise money for someone who needs a meal, that’s the best thing I can do with my time,” Demoff told USA TODAY Sports’ Jarrett Bell earlier this week.

“When you unveil something that’s a little different, people have to warm up and get used to that. I think some people will come around to the change and obviously we will look forward and try to make sure the feedback is incorporated in the best way possible.”

From 1983-86, Dickerson was an All-Pro in three of his four full seasons with the Rams. He rushed for 7,245 yards and scored 58 total touchdowns in that span. 

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