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Monday, October 23, 2017

Jerry Jones says NFL 'suffering' from national anthem protests


By ESPN, Oct. 23, 2017

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones' concerns about the protests during the national anthem are not just about what is good for his team but what is good for the NFL.

"There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests," Jones said.


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  1. The NFL needs to suffer as do the teams. The NFL does not Produce anything and it is a Private entity, they can regulate the teams that wish to stay in the NFL. As the Teams are a company and the players are just workers. As far as I know if I pay you, you have to follow the rules, if not then leave that job. These players are a bunch of cry babies that wouldn't even pass a history test let alone a test about the Constitution. Thank you Larry. James Kalinski. I left Calif. Hawthorne 3 years ago, I can't find your radio program here in Randleman, NC. Home of Richard Petty.

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