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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Straight shooters: Entire Cowboys team - including owner Jerry Jones - takes a knee PRIOR to the National Anthem to boos before standing and linking their arms during Star Spangled Banner

By FORREST HANSON FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

Before playing the Arizona Cardinals, the Dallas Cowboys came onto the field with locked arms and knelt for a few seconds before singing the national anthem.

The team's owner, Jerry Jones, joined the team in their seeming display of solidarity with other team members who have knelt or sat during the national anthem. Coach Jason Garrett also joined.

Jones, 74, in the past has criticized NFL players who do so. The team's action prompted some booing from spectators.

Pictured is the entire Dallas Cowboys team, including its owner Jerry Jones, kneeling with linked arms before the national anthem is sung at the game between the Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, Arizona
Pictured is the entire Dallas Cowboys team, including its owner Jerry Jones, kneeling with linked arms before the national anthem is sung at the game between the Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, Arizona

Pictured is another view of the Dallas Cowboys kneeling with linked arms. The action drew some boos from the crowd
Pictured is another view of the Dallas Cowboys kneeling with linked arms. The action drew some boos from the crowd

The Dallas Cowboys are pictured linking arms as a giant flag is brought into the field prior to the singing of the national anthem
The Dallas Cowboys are pictured linking arms as a giant flag is brought into the field prior to the singing of the national anthem

Members of the Dallas Cowboys team are pictured standing with linked arms during the singing of the national anthem. From left to right: Byron Bell, Tyron Smith, Dak Prescott, Chaz Green, La'el Collins, Zack Martin and Rod Smith. The Arizona Cardinals also stood with linked arms during the singing of the anthem
Members of the Dallas Cowboys team are pictured standing with linked arms during the singing of the national anthem. From left to right: Byron Bell, Tyron Smith, Dak Prescott, Chaz Green, La'el Collins, Zack Martin and Rod Smith. The Arizona Cardinals also stood with linked arms during the singing of the anthem



Jones is pictured kneeling with players prior to the singing of the national anthem. In August, he said: 'There's no question in my mind. The national anthem is sacred. Our flag is sacred. And our team has demonstrated that'
Jones is pictured kneeling with players prior to the singing of the national anthem. In August, he said: 'There's no question in my mind. The national anthem is sacred. Our flag is sacred. And our team has demonstrated that'

American Idol winner Jordin Sparks sang the national anthem at the game in Glendale, Arizona
American Idol winner Jordin Sparks sang the national anthem at the game in Glendale, Arizona

American Idol winner Jordin Sparks sang the national anthem at the game in Glendale, Arizona
On Sparks's left hand is a tattooed scribble that reads: 'PROV 31: 8-9'. The religious references to the Biblical Book of Proverbs read: 'Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute,' and 'Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.'

Jones is also, as of yet, the only owner of an NFL team who had not yet responded to President Donald Trump's torrent of criticism over the weekend of players who do so.

All other NFL team owners have stood by their players. Some owners explicitly criticized Donald Trump for his denunciation.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell also strongly backed the players and criticized Trump for 'an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL'.

Read more: dailymail.co.uk

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