Jerry Jones: Cowboys players 'disrespecting the flag' won't be allowed to play

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Rap pioneer Pete Rock went to Instagram Tuesday (October 10) with a five-part clip of Sharpe unloading emotions onto Jones.

The wave of protests, which has spread to other United States sports leagues, was launched by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016, when he refused to stand for the national anthem.

"My initial reaction, honestly, I was in the locker room - we're talking about the game, and one of the guys came up and kind of said it to me on the side, and I was like, 'Did he say that a week ago?' Because nothing's been going on now for that to come up and he said somebody asked him that question".

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To me it's an owner mentality. "And, so, again, I want to do everybody a service as I should in leading the team of saying let's be real clear about what our expectations are". This comes after Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he would bench anyone who shows disrespect to the American flag. This set off a firestorm that engulfed ESPN's Jemele Hill again, and she was suspended two weeks by the network for suggesting that fans could target advertisers in an attempt to support the players' protest.

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ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption" host Michael Wilbon compared Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to a slaveowner after Jones all but banned players from protesting during the national anthem. "I've got my morals". "It might be bad public policy to subside public stadia, but it doesn't make them a public forum where you have a right to engage in free speech". Are you willing to pay the price??? I don't want to cause no attention to nobody else and bring unwanted attention, but on the same token, you know, there's certain things that people are doing it for. Around kickoff, Pence wrote on Twitter that he left because he would not "dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem".

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"If the government pays for the patriotic display and the firing is a result of the behavior being deemed insufficiently patriotic, it is conceivable that that a claim could then be articulated", said Floyd Abrams, a First Amendment attorney in NY.

Benjamin I. Sachs, Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry, Harvard University: "I think being benched is adverse employment action".

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