The Dallas Cowboys recently released a defensive tackle Don Tari Poe.He is not the only veteran to retire this week because of Dallas̵
However, when talking to ESPN, the owner Jerry Jones Did not discuss Poe in detail. The defensive tackles have only recorded data in three of the seven games this season-seven combined tackles.
“When you are 30 pounds overweight and you have not taken any measures to prevent yourself from performing well on the court, there is no reason to venture into other areas,” Jones told ESPN on Wednesday night.
It is not clear what Jones meant by “other things”. Poe was the first cowboy to kneel down in the national anthem this year. Jones was asked about this but did not comment.
Jones continued: “I understand your question, I deliberately did not answer.” “We have a platform here, but the platform on the football field has a high standard. [Poe] Not up to the standard. He needs correction, but he doesn’t. I want to leave it there. “
Jones Joined 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, his weekly radio hit. Jones hinted that the Cowboys may make some changes to improve the team, especially on defense.
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“The truth is, fundamentally, we won’t stop running, and when you don’t, then there are many other things that will happen about what you are missing. But we must correct this problem.” Jones said . “We have to correct it. We will definitely change some people. We just have to step in here and make adjustments. That’s what you have to do.”