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Dallas Cowboy's, Don't Stand For The Anthem, Find Another Job!

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YAHOO

 

Dallas Cowboys ownership doubles down on anthem policy – and players fall in line

July 26, 2018, 8:47 PM PDT

 

OXNARD, Calif. – At a time when the NFL’s front office has implored teams to refrain from drawing attention to a national anthem policy that is still in limbo, Dallas Cowboys ownership is plowing forward with one unambiguous message: If you’re going to be a Cowboy, you’re standing.

Period. End of story.

 

That was the implied message from owner Jerry Jones on Wednesday. His son Stephen, who is the Cowboys’ CEO and head of player personnel, drilled even further down onto his father’s message Thursday, flatly stating on a radio appearance that Cowboys players will stand for the anthem or face losing their job with the team.

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1 minute ago, Truth7t7 said:

YAHOO

 

Dallas Cowboys ownership doubles down on anthem policy – and players fall in line

July 26, 2018, 8:47 PM PDT

 

OXNARD, Calif. – At a time when the NFL’s front office has implored teams to refrain from drawing attention to a national anthem policy that is still in limbo, Dallas Cowboys ownership is plowing forward with one unambiguous message: If you’re going to be a Cowboy, you’re standing.

Period. End of story.

 

That was the implied message from owner Jerry Jones on Wednesday. His son Stephen, who is the Cowboys’ CEO and head of player personnel, drilled even further down onto his father’s message Thursday, flatly stating on a radio appearance that Cowboys players will stand for the anthem or face losing their job with the team.

I support ole Jerry Jones 100%!

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I have 2 points to think about

   1 If the Cowboy players truly have no issues with the national anthem then the fans can certainly take advantage of that. During a game when the other team has possession of the ball the Cowboy fans in the stadium could start singing the national anthem. If the opposing team takes a knee they will lose. If and more likely they are just upset and don’t play to their full potential then you have exploited and exposed their protests as a flaw and weakness.

   2 If I were to do or say something that offended a transgender person on the job I would be required to go to sensitivity training. Why hasn’t the NFL required “flag and country” sensitivity training for players that kneel for the national anthem? This seems like a logical first step in this issue.

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On ‎7‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 7:46 AM, Truth7t7 said:

YAHOO

 

Dallas Cowboys ownership doubles down on anthem policy – and players fall in line

July 26, 2018, 8:47 PM PDT

 

OXNARD, Calif. – At a time when the NFL’s front office has implored teams to refrain from drawing attention to a national anthem policy that is still in limbo, Dallas Cowboys ownership is plowing forward with one unambiguous message: If you’re going to be a Cowboy, you’re standing.

Period. End of story.

 

That was the implied message from owner Jerry Jones on Wednesday. His son Stephen, who is the Cowboys’ CEO and head of player personnel, drilled even further down onto his father’s message Thursday, flatly stating on a radio appearance that Cowboys players will stand for the anthem or face losing their job with the team.

I want to believe that the NFL is feeling the heat from these cry faces that have multi million dollar salaries tucked under their arms while fans have to watch their national anthem and our military be disrespected. I for one have lost my fondness for the game since this all began. Maybe the rest of the team owners ought to follow the example of Jerry Jones .

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36 minutes ago, Matthew Duvall said:

I want to believe that the NFL is feeling the heat from these cry faces that have multi million dollar salaries tucked under their arms while fans have to watch their national anthem and our military be disrespected. I for one have lost my fondness for the game since this all began. Maybe the rest of the team owners ought to follow the example of Jerry Jones .

It's all about money. The only way to communicate with a business is through dollars. These multimillion franchises will sway left to right depending on the bottom line.

 

I dont learn my sense of morality from the NFL. 

 

God bless,

William 

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