Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones Selling Texas Mansion

Stephen Jones, a member of the NFL's first family and Dallas Cowboys CEO, is looking for a new revenue stream. The son of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is selling his home in the coveted Highland Park area of Dallas, and there isn't a blue-and-silver -- themed sports bar or football-shaped pool in sight.

Working alongside his famous father, Stephen Jones manages scouting, the enormous AT&T Stadium, and the salary cap for America's Team.

While located deep in the heart of Texas, his home resembles a Georgian estate. It's listed for $11.5 million and features six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms spread out over more than 10,000 square feet.

The home has a lot going inside that immense square footage. The entryway is sprawling with a white marble floor, large columns, and a wrought-iron staircase. The living spaces have ornate fireplaces and chandeliers.

But the best spot in the house might be the library and adjoining pub room. There are wood-paneled walls, floor-to-ceiling shelving, and a built-in display cabinet for showing off your trophies. Of course, there's also a full bar.

Outside, there's a courtyard with pool, pergola, and water feature complete with cherub water fountain.