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Cowboys players won't test Jerry Jones' anthem policy, report says

12 October 2017
Cowboys players won't test Jerry Jones' anthem policy, report says

Michael J. Golden, lecturer, trial advocacy program, University of Texas: "In order for professional football teams to be the most competitive they can be, the CBA gives management significant rights to decide who plays and who doesn't - and ultimately who gets cut and who gets kept".

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who turns 75 Friday, was born in Inglewood.

"There's nothing that I've seen that shows the union that did file the [unfair labor practice] has any connection with the NFL Players Association, the NFL, or any particular player".

Multiple players have said they will not kneel going forward as to not test Jerry Jones' new anthem policy, The Intercept reported.

"We found the suspension of Jemele Hill to be outrageous at best and insulting in fact", Sharpton said outside's ESPN's offices in NY. "It may be relevant that some of these practices were instituted in cooperation with the national military".

Dallas Cowboys' Brice Butler has also addressed his owner's National Anthem protest warning. Kaepernick said he did so to protest the oppression of black people and people of color. However, he clarified Tuesday that players could conduct themselves similarly to how they did in Week 3 before the Cardinals game, when they kneeled before the anthem but stood arm-in-arm when it was played. There is, however, a section in the NFL Game Operations Manual that mentions that players "should stand at attention, hold helmets in their left hand and refrain from talking".

It is worth noting that Jones never said that any players would be fired. He compared the funds to when governments provide subsidies to move an auto plant from one state to another. "It might be bad public policy to subside public stadia, but it doesn't make them a public forum where you have a right to engage in free speech". "That's not why they're kneeling, but if it were, that would be something that would clearly be a protected activity".

Jerry Jones' reputation is one of a man eschewing a litany of character concerns in favor of signing good players, and everyone in that Cowboys locker room knows it.

The NAACP is not the only organization taking issue with Jones's decision. "Period", Jones said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "I don't want there to be any misunderstanding as to where I want the personnel of the Cowboys to be when we're at the No. 1 workplace we have, which is the field and the sideline on game day. So it didn't really affect me but hopefully it didn't affect anybody else on the team". The president has tweeted several times since then to keep the issue in play, and said Pence's walkout was at his request. And commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to teams on Tuesday reiterating the language.