According to the report, Jones was scheduled to talk to several television stations during training camp on Sunday, but told them that he would not answer questions about that topic. Yet, while Jones likes to present such a high regard for the anthem, Dallas WFAA sportscaster Dale Hansen pointed out that Jones didn't follow his own words.
Jones, who took it upon himself to say his team will stand for the anthem even as the National Football League and the union figures that out, was told by the National Football League to not talk about the anthem according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I never protest during the anthem, and I don't think that's the time or the venue to do so".
He did speak about other matters during interviews.
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. The union said in a statement that the new policy "infringes on player rights", prompting the National Football League to reassess it. But you would sure think that if the Cowboys were going to cut loose a few icons they might have done more to replace them than to just scoop up a few league discards and add reinforcements in the third and fourth rounds.
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"We feel strongly about how we deal with it and we'll do so accordingly, but, yes, I, like everybody, would like for it to go away", he continued.
"I never protest", Prescott said. If they did this (original policy) to appease people, they didn't appease anyone.
The owner understands that players who kneel - none of the Cowboys have done so - aren't protesting the anthem.
"They're having the conversations; that's awesome", Sherman said.
Unfortunately, between Prescott taking a step back by not making as much of an impact under center along with Elliott dealing with the fallout of a four-game suspension that seemed to change each week, the Cowboys came up short of earning a trip to the playoffs.