NFL Bans Dallas Cowboys Helmet Sticker that Honors Slain Dallas Police Officers
A nice gesture by the Cowboys during training camp will not be seen during the regular season.
We were all shocked when the shooting went down in Dallas at the beginning of July. Several officers were killed in the line of duty and the Dallas Cowboys wanted to show some love to those downed officers. They had stickers made that were put on the back of the helmet that read 'Arm in Arm'.
The Dallas Cowboys have been wearing the stickers during training camp, but the NFL says those stickers will not be on during the regular season. Dallas Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones had this to say after the league's decision.
"Everyone has to be uniform with the league and the other 31 teams. We respect their decision," said Jones."There are so many wonderful, wonderful causes, the league has to be careful. If you allow one, then what do you do about every team that has a great reason to have something on their helmets?"