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BREAKING: Jerry Jones Is Taking Roger Goodell Down FOR GOOD… LOOK What He’s Doing To Make The NFL Great Again!


Jerry Jones vs Roger Goodell! Let’s get It On! Jones vows to save NFL while Goodell is allowing NFL to burn down!

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell that he is going to come after him with a vengeance, according to a the NFL press release.

Jones, who has threatened to sue other NFL owners should they move forward with negotiating a new contract for Goodell, told Goodell his intentions after the commissioner informed Jones that Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended for six games for domestic violence issues, Fox News reported.

“I’m gonna come after you with everything I have,” Jones said. He then referred to the Deflategate scandal and Patriots owner Robert Kraft. “If you think Bob Kraft came after you hard, Bob Kraft is a p—y compared to what I’m going to do.”

The Dallas Cowboys owner on Thursday requested a special league meeting to discuss commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension negotiations.

Jones cited a laundry list of problems facing the NFL as justification for his actions, a move that turns one of the league’s most powerful owners into one of its fiercest critics. In this fight, though, Jones may have to, “Stand Alone” against the corrupt NFL commissioner and his pathetic regime.

Later Thursday, the owners on the compensation committee—from the Falcons, Chiefs, Patriots, Giants, Texans and Steelers—rejected Jones’s request.

Jones cited the “severe threats of retaliation” against him that “demonstrate the dysfunction of the current process”—a reference to discussions among some owners to potentially remove him.

Jones took issue in the letter with Goodell’s leadership.

 “The NFL has undergone unprecedented upheaval in the last two years, including a significant decline in television ratings, increased advertiser discontent, high-profile litigation concerning player suspensions, and decreasing ticket sales,” says the letter, which is on Cowboys stationery with the team’s star logo at the top. It adds: “This is not the time for the League to undertake massive contractual obligations which are inconsistent with the League’s performance.”
On Nov. 15, lawyers on behalf of the NFL accused Jones of trying to sabotage the negotiations in a letter shared with owners of all 32 teams. That letter said Jones’s conduct was “detrimental to the league’s best interests” and Jones’s “antics, whatever their motivation, are damaging the League.”

For a man who has repeatedly stated that his primary role is protecting the shield, Roger Goodell, has once again failed at his job. While he might claim his responsibility as commissioner is upholding the integrity of the game and making it safer, this is clearly the furthest thing from his mind.

When Jerry Jones came out publicly against the NFL and Goodell, about Goodells decision to allow players to continue to kneel and protest the National Anthem, Jones painted himself a target.

“If we are disrespecting the flag, then we won’t play. Period,” Jones told The Dallas Morning News.

The owners, however, also want to avoid a showdown with the players’ union, and even some of their best players. After Jones threw down the gauntlet on Sunday, the N.F.L. Players Association issued a statement defending its members’ right to free expression.

“We should not stifle these discussions and cannot allow our rights to become subservient to the very opinions our Constitution protects,” the union said.

Jones doubled down on his views during his radio show on KRLD-FM (105.3 The Fan). By threatening to bench players, Jones said his goal was to remove the Cowboys from the debate over whether players should or should not stand for the anthem.

“I don’t want there to be any misunderstanding as to where I want the personnel of the Cowboys to be when we’re at the No. 1 workplace we have, which is the field and the sideline on game day,” Jones said. “I want to do everybody a service, as I should in leading the team, and let’s be really clear about what our expectations are.”

Goodell has proved that all he cares about is the money, especially when it comes to the criminal behavior of the players and the owners who pay to keep their players on the fiend.

Under Goodell’s watch, NFL players have been arrested 855 times since 2000. That includes 215 DUI charges, 99 drug charges, 96 domestic violence cases and 71 assaults. It even includes two murders.

Some say that Jones is furious over the NFL suspending their running back, Elliot, while others say Jones is done losing money because the NFL is too scared to do the right thing and shut down these protests.

My 2 cents, it is far more likely both, billionaires are not going to sit idle and watch money go out the window over a cowardice and corrupt commissioner nor are they going to take a slap to the face about a suspension of one of their players when the NFL provided 0 evidence to back their decision.

In this suck soup that the NFL has created, maybe Jones fighting the corruption and demanding Goodell be kicked off the gravy train, is worth fighting for.  And No, I am not a Cowboys fan nor a fan of the NFL anymore.

I choose not to watch corrupt entertainment from the NFL and some of its players that protest as well as donate funds to organizations that support the murder of LEO, violence against white people and Christians as well as call of blood in the streets to overthrow our President.

 Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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