Terrell Owens feud with the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will not be ending anytime soon. Owens has called out the owner saying he was a bully for forcing players to stand during the national anthem.
While appearing on FOX Sports Radio’s “The Odd Couple with Rob Parker and Chris Broussard”, Terrell Owens fired shots at the Cowboys owner regarding his team’s anthem policy.
“(Jerry Jones) is being a bully. You’re basically stripping someone of their right to do what they want to in a peaceful protest… To put guys in a situation where they have to do something, that’s not right. That’s totally wrong,” Owens said.
This comes after Todd Archer of ESPN reported Jones said Cowboys players will have to stand for the anthem during the 2018 season.
On July 25th Jerry Jones told reporters that Owens was making a mistake by skipping the upcoming Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony where he’s scheduled to be enshrined.
Bad blood is nothing new between these two, considering Jones released Owens back when he was a player by writing a message on a tablecloth, which “blindsided” the receiver.