The Cowboys have the NFC's 10th-best record.
It's a Texas-shaped stuffing waffle with mashed potatoes, ham (or turkey), green beans, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy.
This is no longer unthinkable.
The running back was facing a six-game suspension.
"We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players," the NFL Commissioner wrote.
Trump told Jerry Jones he'd found a rule that dictates players must stand for the national anthem, but really it had only just been added.
Jones donated to Trump's inauguration fund.
The president had previously urged team owners to fire players who protested the national anthem, but it backfired.
Senator John McCain, a famed veteran and prisoner of war in Vietnam, defended the right of athletes to take a knee in protest, opposing President Donald Trump, who suggested a "rule that you can't kneel" during the national anthem on Tuesday.
The Cowboys appear to be a ratings juggernaut.
John Kelly was reportedly displeased with Trump's comments over the weekend.
Jones had previously voiced his belief in "respecting the flag."
Jones isn't a fan of the protests.
More than 60 percent of NFL teams play in states where medical marijuana is legal.
Don't blame the election, or the Cubs. The league's biggest problem is boring its fans to death.
It ranks behind Real Madrid and Barcelona as football's wealthiest teams.
The magazine values the Spanish giants at $3.6 billion, with rivals Barcelona second at $3.5 billion.