A helmet sticker in support of the Dallas Police department and community that the Dallas Cowboys had hoped to wear in the preseason and regular season has been rejected by the NFL.
A helmet sticker in support of the Dallas Police department and community that the Dallas Cowboys had hoped to wear in the preseason and regular season has been rejected by the NFL. Max Faulker Star-Telegram
A helmet sticker in support of the Dallas Police department and community that the Dallas Cowboys had hoped to wear in the preseason and regular season has been rejected by the NFL. Max Faulker Star-Telegram

NFL won’t let Dallas Cowboys wear unity Arm in Arm helmet decal

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