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.
In light of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones saying he's "disappointed" by the national anthem protests seen around the NFL, we examine whether Jones' statements could hurt those players trying to effect change in America.
SI legal analyst Michael McCann gives his thoughts on Jerry Jones' national anthem ultimatum and shares whether NFL players could take legal action if they are benched for protesting during the anthem.
The entire Dallas Cowboys team, including owner Jerry Jones, kneeled down before the national anthem Monday night in Arizona.
Former Dallas Cowboys fullback Daryl Johnston discusses the impact Jerry Jones has had on the NFL.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says that Tony Romo will be active and the team's backup quarterback when they take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Find out which players protested the national anthem in the start of the preseason.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will appeal the NFL's decision to seek $2 million in reimbursement of legal fees from his actions regarding Ezekiel Elliott's suspension as well as Roger Goodell's contract extension, according to ESPN.