Published: Thu, August 02, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Dallas Sports Reporter Cancels Jerry Jones Interview Due to Anthem Question Restrictions

Dallas Sports Reporter Cancels Jerry Jones Interview Due to Anthem Question Restrictions

The NFL has reportedly told Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to stop talking publicly about the league's tenuous policy to require players on the field to stand for the national anthem. The Joneses also made these comments days after New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch went public and said that players on his team would not be penalized if they chose to take a knee, raise a fist, or otherwise use the anthem space to protest police violence or racial inequity.

Jones last week said athletes on his team are required to stand during the national anthem, despite the NFL's recent freeze on the policy that would have punished kneeling.

Last week, Richard Sherman called initial talks between the NFL and the NFLPA regarding the league's national anthem policy "encouraging".

So it should come as no surprise that he and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones do not see eye to eye when it comes to peaceful protest in the NFL.

Prescott, 25, recently said, "I'd never protest during the anthem, and I don't think that's the time or the venue to do so".

Jones speaks in a lot of group settings, and many reporters won't care if the Cowboys rather nobody ask Jones about the anthem. We stand for the national anthem.

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Teams who did not adhere to the policy and "do not show proper respect for the flag and Anthem" on the sidelines were subject to fines.

Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown indicated July 24 that owners had been instructed to say little regarding the national anthem policy.

In addition to that, there's a theory among National Football League insiders smarter than I that former quarterback Tony Romo's ability to read the field (as shown by his TV work last season) covered for the insipid game plans. If Hurns stays healthy and Gallup adjusts to guys in his face off the line, they should be stronger than people will.

"If you don't want me to sit in this chair I won't sit in this chair", Jones said.

The protests were started in 2016 by former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick who has is now a free agent. "He who makes the rules, apparently doesn't have to follow them".

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