It appears the Dallas Cowboys can solely snicker at experiences saying they could possibly be punished for makes an attempt at interfering with commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension with the NFL.
Cowboys govt vice chairman Stephen Jones addressed rumors that his workforce may lose draft picks or probably be compelled to promote the workforce over the battle, relaying that the franchise is just not anti Goodell.
“I feel that is laughable,” Jones informed KRLD-FM on Monday, based on Kate Hairopoulos of The Dallas Morning Information. “I feel that is – we do not take that critical in in the least.
“And our thought course of and Jerry’s thought course of is we would like what’s in the most effective curiosity of the league. We’re not towards Roger (Goodell). We simply do not know if that is the time to be speaking about main contract extensions when the league definitely has a number of challenges when it comes to the place we’re as a league, whether or not that is our scores, whether or not that is our considerations with our sponsors.”
All 32 house owners accepted the league transferring ahead with Goodell’s extension supply in Might, although Ezekiel Elliott‘s suspension and points which have come up throughout the season concerning the nationwide anthem have reportedly modified Jones’ thoughts.