Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is promising a quick decision on whether the team will move its headquarters from Irving to Frisco.

The team currently practices at Valley Ranch in Irving, and has for decades.

The Frisco City Council has called a special meeting for Monday night to discuss the possible move.

Jones didn't get into details, but briefly spoke about the possible move Friday night after the team's preseason game in Oakland.

"I think that we're close enough to Monday, and the right thing for everybody concerned is to let Council and to let the leadership look at everything, evaluate it, make their decision and we'll go from there," he said. "That's going to be happening sooner rather than later."

Frisco Mayor Maher Maso also had a brief statement on welcoming America's Team to his town.

"We are very excited about these latest developments. But that said, it would be inappropriate for us to comment prior to any action taken by our City Council and the boards of our other public partners," he said.

The land in Frisco that could become the next home of the Cowboys is located just off the Dallas North Tollway at Warren Parkway, not far from the Stonebriar Centre Mall.

It would be the latest jewel in a Frisco sports crown that already includes the Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders and FC Dallas.

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