The Dallas Cowboys are set to honor former coach Jimmy Johnson by inducting him into the team's ring of honor on December 30 at AT&T Stadium, as announced by owner Jerry Jones on Sunday.\r\n\r\nREAD: Unveiling the Astonishing Divide: Why American College Sports Trump UK\u2019s \u2013 Prepare to Be Amazed!\r\n\r\nJohnson, the team's inaugural coach under Jones' ownership in 1989, achieved significant success during his five seasons, securing two Super Bowl victories. His coaching tenure resulted in a 44-36 regular-season record and an impressive 7-1 postseason mark.\r\nCowboys\r\nAs the 24th inductee into the Cowboys' ring of honor, Johnson, who was also enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021, will be celebrated during a halftime ceremony at the Cowboys' game against the Detroit Lions.\r\n\r\nIn another football update, the New York Jets are expected to revisit their pursuit of Las Vegas Raiders Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams during the offseason. The Jets had inquired about acquiring Adams before the trade deadline last month but were rebuffed. Sources suggest that the Jets are likely to make another attempt to bring Adams to New York in the upcoming offseason.\r\n\r\nThe decision on whether the Raiders would consider trading Adams may hinge on the team's performance in the remaining games. If the Raiders continue their recent success under interim head coach Antonio Pierce, Adams may choose to stay in Las Vegas. However, if the team faces challenges and Adams sees a potential reunion with Aaron Rodgers in New York as advantageous, he might request a trade.\r\n\r\nAdams, who has a strong connection with Rodgers, has been closely monitored by the Jets since acquiring Rodgers earlier in the year. Despite the Jets' previous unsuccessful attempt to acquire Adams, they seem determined to pursue the Pro Bowl wide receiver in the upcoming offseason.\r\n\r\nLastly, the Atlanta Falcons are making a quarterback change, with Desmond Ridder returning as the starting quarterback in Week 12 against the New Orleans Saints. Ridder, who had been benched in favor of Taylor Heinicke for the past two games, is set to reclaim the starting role following a reassessment of the team's quarterback situation during the bye week. Ridder's return marks the latest development in the ongoing quarterback saga for the Falcons, with the decision influenced by his earlier turnovers and the team's desire to find stability in the position.