Jerry Jones some of the time expresses some strange things – there was the similarity he made about owls ‘f – ing the chickens’ and who can fail to remember his “I want me some glory hole!” abnormality – however he appeared well and good when discussing COVID-19 vaccinations Tuesday.
“Everyone has a right to make their own decisions regarding their health and their body. I believe in that completely, until your decision as to yourself impacts negatively many others. Then, the common good takes over,” the Dallas Cowboys owner said on his weekly appearance on Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan. “And I’m arm-waving here, but that has everything to do with the way I look at our team, the Cowboys, or the way I look at our society. We have got to check ‘I’ at the door and go forward with ‘we.’ Your Dallas Cowboys are doing that.”
The Cowboys are dealing some COVID-19 issues, putting four players on the save/COVID-19 rundown – including star collector CeeDee Lamb – over the course of the end of the week, and putting guarded organizer Dan Quinn in COVID-19 convention.
Both Lamb and Quinn are completely vaccinated, as indicated by USA Today.
On Saturday night, a Cowboys representative disclosed to USA Today that 93% of the group’s players have been immunized and the training staff is 100% inoculated. During his radio meeting, Jones said the group had four or five players that actually expected to get completely immunized.
The Texans haven’t delivered numbers, however mentor David Culley said on Monday that as it were “four or five” players haven’t been completely vaccinated at this point.