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How Cowboys, Eagles handled national anthem ahead of NFC East matchup

Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price said that Jones, in essence, issued an order that states, "Slaves, obey your master.''

Frederick D. Haynes III, the senior pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church, held a news conference outside of the Dallas police headquarters last month to accuse Jones of "plantation politics.''

An ESPN story on the NFL owners meetings in New York quoted McNair saying "we can't have the inmates running the prison" while discussing anthem procedures.

Irving has said the players are in a tough spot, with pressure from the outside to use their national platform to make a difference in matters of racial equality and police brutality against minorities.

Cornerback Orlando Scandrick, a team captain, walked out of the locker room while listening to the song "FDT [Expletive] Donald Trump."

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