Cowboys Try To Please Everyone By Kneeling Before Anthem, Accomplish Nothing

Cowboys Try To Please Everyone By Kneeling Before Anthem, Accomplish Nothing

Cowboys Try To Please Everyone By Kneeling Before Anthem, Accomplish Nothing

Many players including star running back Ezekiel Elliott remained kneeling.

The Dallas Cowboys will have two starters who has been battling injury on the field, but several others will not being joining him against the Arizona Cardinals.

On Sunday, every team playing had some form of demonstration as a response to President Trump saying owners should fire the players who disrespect the flag by not standing during the national anthem.

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Count billionaire Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys - which had once become affectionately known as "America's Team" - on the side of President Donald Trump as he has denounced NFL players' protests of the USA flag and National Anthem.

The solidarity shown by National Football League teams continued before Monday's game between the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals. Owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett have both been outspoken over the respect they want their players to show for the flag.

All eyes were on America's team as they came to the sidelines just before kickoff at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday night. Jones never said that.

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In the past, he has said he liked how the Cowboys had handled the national anthem.

It's not clear whether Jones met with the players before kickoff.

There were rumors and concerns about the Cowboys owner's stance on the anthem leading up to the game, but that was quickly quelled when Jones was seen kneeling with his players before the start of the game.

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"We want them to do what's in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys", Jones said.

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