NFL Refuses to Allow Wearing of a Decal Honoring Five Dead Police Officers

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The NFL is concerned about the Black Lives Matter as they refuse to allow the Dallas Cowboys request to honor five murdered police officers in Dallas.

The reason is obvious. They are afraid they will make the violent, angry people upset.

Maybe the quiet angry American should start speaking up louder than the loons.

The Dallas Cowboys want to show support for the five Dallas police officers tragically murdered in July for just being in uniform, by sporting helmet decals for the 2016 season, however, the NFL is stepping in to shut the movement down early.

“Everyone has to be uniform with the league and the other 31 teams,” executive vice president Stephen Jones said after practice Wednesday. “We respect their decision.”

The excuse is they are afraid of setting precedent but we all know what this is about. They set precedent when they made their players wear pink during the entire month of October.

The Dallas Police sent out a response to the ruling opposing their request:

“We appreciate the support of the Cowboys organization and its players,” the statement said. “Their concern for the families of our fallen officers, the Dallas Police Department, and the City of Dallas is what matters most, and we know that support will continue for the immediate and long term future.”

The Cowboys will be allowed to wear the decals during training camp but not during pre-season or regular season games.

Here is a Cleveland Browns’ player.

Black Lives Matter

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Notice that all involved in the stupidity shown on this page are black. No white people being involved. Why don’t these guys go live in Detroit, Chicago or Baltimore and find out what the problem really is. It isn’t the cops, it’s the total lack of respect of authority shown by BLMer’s and the like

  2. what the FOP needs to do is make up 50,000 t shirts showing support to the Dallas Police Department men and women and give them away to the ticket holders as they enter the stadium.

  3. I love my Steelers but i respect the men and women of Law Enforcement more so I am done for the season watching the NFL

  4. Wow the NFL won’t allow decals honoring dead Police Officers buts it’s ok for Colin Kaepernicks to wear socks with pigs on them in police officers hats??? something wrong here Colin donate the millions you have made in this great country to those who you feel are oppressed if he has freedom to sit NFL should not dictate what Dallas Cowboys choose to wear

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