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14 November 2017, 07:55 | Henrietta Morgan
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Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones on his weekly radio appearance today essentially telling The NFL and the other owners he's not backing down. Jones has denied this, even though he has been extremely critical of the league's punishment after Elliott was accused of domestic violence by an ex-girlfriend.
There is thought that Jones' motivation comes out of anger with Goodell giving Dallas' star running back Ezekiel Elliott a six-game suspension that he finally started serving last week. "We've got all the time in the world to evaluate what we're doing. We just need to slow this train down and have a lot of time to discuss the issues at hand in the National Football League and have a good, fair input from all the owners, which we're not getting".
"I've had discussions with the committee chairman, but received no "notices" said Jones.
Jones said that there's "all the time in the world" to discuss the extension because Goodell has 18 months left on his current deal. "The negotiations are progressing and we will keep ownership apprised of the negotiations as they move forward".
FYI, the controversy stems from a PFT report saying some NFL owners have discussed a "nuclear option" to force Jones out for conduct detrimental to the league due to his war on NFL Commish Roger Goodell. "We do not intend to publicly comment on our discussions".
The point Jones has continually been making is that there's no need to rush through this extension. "I've had not one inkling of communication with the league office or any owner that would suggest something that laughable and ridiculous".
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