Jerry Jones hosted the first of what he hopes will be many “future of football summits,” with factions representing youth, high school, college and professional football.

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Concerned about the game, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones hosted the first of what he hopes will be many “future of football summits,” with factions representing youth, high school, college and professional football, as well as some from outside football, Tuesday at The Star.

Jones was joined by 18 men and women, including Pro Football Hall of Famer Roger Staubach; Jeff Immelt, the chairman and CEO of General Electric; Dr. Lou Anna K. Simon, the president of Michigan State; Tod Leiweke, chief operating officer of the NFL; Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione; SEC commissioner Greg Sankey; and Randy Allen, the head coach at Highland Park High School outside Dallas.

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