Pacman Jones Defends Jerry Jones Amid Racism Accusations!!

In an interview with Hot 107.9’s J-Nicks, Former NFL star Pacman Jones defended Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones against racist allegations.

“I don’t give a damn what he did back in 1957,” Pacman told Hot 107.9. “Man, also can you even count back that far. Man, I don’t wanna hear that sh-t. Jerry Jones! I love you! F-ck ’em! I don’t give a f-ck what they say. I’mma Cowboy and I got Jerry tatted on my body. I’m forever Jerry Jones! I’m a part of the family. I don’t know what they talkin’ ’bout,” he said. “I’ve seen Jerry Jones’ emotion for Black athletes than anybody in the world.”

At 14 years old, Jones attended a 1957 desegregation demonstration at his high school in Arkansas. A 65-year-old photo of Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones at the demonstration has gone viral. But many players who have worked with and for Jones have defended him…saying that people can change and Jones did.

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