When it was originally announced that the NFL was holding a workout for teams to watch Colin Kaepernick workout, it was reported that the Dallas Cowboys would be one of the teams that would be headed to Atlanta to see him in action.
A few days later and now they have seemingly reversed course.
On Friday, Jerry Jones took to the radio and shot down those reports.
This really shouldn’t be a shock since this is the same man who stated he would suspend any player who dared to disrespect any player who kneeled or stayed in the locker room during the Anthem.
“Our policy is that you stand at the anthem, toe on the line,” said Jones when asked if he would support a player staying in the locker room during the anthem.”
As of right now, there are eleven confirmed teams that are going, with that number expected to grow by the time Saturday comes around.