Jones said his statements were created to play the bad guy and deflect attention away from the frustrated players, according to a report.
"If there is anything that is disrespectful to the flag then we will not play", Jones told the players Sunday, according to Dallas News.
Local 100 announced its complaint on Facebook, writing that the union aims "to stop owner, Jerry Jones, from threatening players with benching or termination for exercising their right to concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act".
Meanwhile, Jones told CBS Sports Radio's 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that players are still free to express themselves, with one caveat: "If we're going to have any recognition, it needs to be before the anthem".
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Jones has stepped up his criticism in recent days of players' national anthem protests meant to draw attention to racial inequality and has pledged to bench players who refuse to stand during The Star-Spangled Banner. And that happens with our players and our coaches each and every day - situations they have with their families, whether they're health concerns or some of the off-field issues that we all deal with in our lives. The team and the National Football League declined comment on the filing. When the anthem was performed, they stood arm-in-arm with the players.
He said players have voiced their opinions to him. "The players are here to serve me, they will do what I want no matter how much I pay them". "I think Mr. Jones should just say, 'I stepped out of line.' Fine".
Bailey said the team's focus did not appear to be affected Wednesday. That decision came after Donald Trump had called players who protested "sons of bitches". "So in that sense, yeah, I think we're definitely a unified group".
"I was listening to my music", Scandrick said.
"The word that comes to mind, and I don't care who doesn't like me using it, is "plantation", he said. "The message, it will be out".
Republicans to Trump and Corker: Please just stop
The Tennessee senator had asked the journalist to record their conversation and said that his staff was recording as well. The feud is odd because Corker was briefly considered as a vice president running mate during the 2016 campaign.
Microsoft is killing Windows Phone
Companies and indie developers simply don't want to work on Windows Phone apps - majority probably never cared in the first place. Of course we'll continue to support the platform [Windows Phone - editor's note ]. bug fixes, security updates, etc.
Google Home Mini was eavesdropping on consumers
However, there's also a touch-sensitive button on the top that can initiate a voice command, and this is apparently the problem. Russakovskii has posted a video on YouTube showing the Home Mini activating and recording when it detects nearly any sound.