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Add Jerry Jones to the list of white people who want their Black players to stay in line. The Dallas Cowboys owner isn’t here for Colin Karpernick’s protesting of the national anthem—actually, police brutality for those paying attention. 

Says The Urban Daily:

Week one of the NFL‘s regular season has seen plenty of players take a knee or raise a fist in response to Colin Kaepernick‘s national anthem protest.

But of all the teams that responded, the Dallas Cowboys were not one of them. Owner and general manager Jerry Jones was pleased with the team’s decision. In an interview with 105.3 The Fan, the 73-year-old spoke on his team’s stance.

Peep Jones’ malarkey over at The Urban Daily.

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