Cow boys’ Request Was Denied By NFL To Wear Decal Honoring Fallen Police
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In spite of their best attempts, the Cow Boys helmets will not expose a decal supporting Dallas Police this season that would have paid tribute to the five police officers killed last month in an ambush.
Cow Boys – According to Brandon George of Dallas morning news, the NFL refused the team’s request for approval to comprise a decal reading’ Arm in Arm’ on their lids. For the upcoming season. That decal which the team wearing on its helmets during training camp is in support of Dallas Police Officer. After the killing of these officers, Cow Boys’ vice president Stephen Jones past the following statement. As reported by George “Everyone has to be uniform with the league and other thirty-one teams. We respect their decision”, Jones further said, “there are so many causes, the league has to be careful, then what do you do about other teams to have something on their helmets”?
The NFL strictly enforced uniform policies for years. That was just for last season the league refuse the request of steelers. Who were running back Deangelo Williams to wear pink gear all season. In an honor of his mother who was passed away from breast cancer. The Cow Boys’ “Arm in Arm” decal stimulate unity between members of the Dallas community and police officers on camp day. The team joined by the Dallas Police Chief. The city’s Mayor and the family members of the slain police officers. They walked onto the practice field with their arms intertwined. And unveiled the decal in a ceremony honoring the officer’s lost.
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