OT Genasis: F**k Jerry Jones, Don't Punish Kneelers!

OT Genasis: F**k Jerry Jones, Don't Punish Kneelers!

OT Genasis: F**k Jerry Jones, Don't Punish Kneelers!

Hip-hop artist Common responded to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Thursday after the football tycoon said Sunday if any of his players disrespect the flag, they would not be allowed to play.

Jones' comments were in response to earlier questions Sunday after the Packers defeated the Cowboys, when Vice President Mike Pence's decision to leave the Colts-49ers game was brought up.

One player said Jones expected the Cowboys will continue to stand during the anthem. A local labor union has filed a complaint to the National Labor Relations Board against the Cowboys, claiming Jones' threats prevent allowable, "concerted activity" at work. "I think they understand that he has great respect for them, great love and admiration for them".

As we previously reported, Trump wants NFL players suspended if they don't stand for the national anthem.

"The policy and my actions are going to be that if you're not honoring, standing for the flag in a way that a lot of our fans feel that you should, if that's not the case, then you won't play", Jones said, noting that his stance is "nothing new". And that happens with our players and our coaches each and every day - situations they have with their families, whether they're health concerns or some of the off-field issues that we all deal with in our lives.

"There's nothing that I've seen that shows the union that did file the [unfair labor practice] has any connection with the NFL Players Association, the NFL, or any particular player". Another said the players had a better feeling for Jones' comments, because at first he wondered if Jones had turned against them, according to the source. I do believe we're united on this. I know in the modern age people think workers shouldn't have rights, but they still do.

President Trump praised Jones for the move in a tweet Monday night.

Before being interviewed, Scandrick was found at his locker listening to a rap song called "FDT (F-k Donald Trump)" by YG and Nipsey Hussle.

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