Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he’s not sure if he’ll ever have the luxury of seeing a piece of Chisel technology, but he did give the Cowboys a sense of what the company has been working on over the years.
Jones said he would love to see the Chisel go into the NFL’s future, but at this point he thinks it’s too far out of his reach to really see it play a role.
Jones, who has said he doesn’t think the technology will play a significant role in the Cowboys’ future plans, said he hasn’t seen Chisel in a while and didn’t want to speculate.
Chisel has been in the works for several years, Jones said, and he has been very interested in the technology.
“We have had our own private talks with a number of different companies about it,” Jones said.
“We’re still developing it.
It’s not ready for prime time yet.
It has a long way to go.
So we’ll see where we are, but it’s certainly something that we’re interested in.”
The Cowboys could be one of a few teams to get a piece, but Jones said that is not the case.
“That’s not our plan,” Jones told NFL Network’s Chris Mortensen on Friday.
“I don’t know.
Jones said the Cowboys have made it known that they want to develop Chisel into something that’s more useful than just a drill and other specialized tools.
“I think it would be helpful to us,” Jones added.
“It’s an interesting technology.
I think it’s something we’d like to see in the NFL.”
The company has made a number products, including a Chisel-enabled drill that Jones said the team wants to develop, and it’s expected to go into production sometime in the 2020s.
The technology has been used in a number different areas, from the military to military equipment to police equipment to military-style weapons.
It is used in the National Guard, the U.S. Postal Service, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In addition, Chisel was the inspiration for the movie The Matrix, a futuristic sci-fi movie based on a popular science fiction novel.
The Cowboys are not the only team that has been interested in Chisel.
The New York Giants have made a deal with the company for a potential Chisel patent, and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Thursday that the Giants plan to use Chisel to make an on-field product that could help the team improve its tackling technique.
The deal was first reported by the Washington Post.