The NFL has told Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to stop talking about the national anthem policy, according to a report from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Jones made the announcement at the Cowboys' training camp on Wednesday.
After Dallas picked up a 40-10 win over the 49ers Sunday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the NFL is being damaged by protests against police brutality and racial injustice that happen during the national anthem.
Jerry Jones was reportedly told by the NFL to stop talking about the league's national anthem policy.
Last week, the Cowboys owner evaded a question surrounding his thoughts on quarterback Dak Prescott's stance.
The entire Dallas Cowboys team, including owner Jerry Jones, kneeled down before the national anthem Monday night in Arizona.