Jones States His Case To Goodell

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tried to make his case to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday.  Jones explained why he believes he shouldn't have to reimburse the league more than $2 million in legal fees.  The fees resulted from Jones's resistance to the NFL's 6 game suspension of star running back Zeke Elliott, as well as his unsuccessful attempt to block Goodell's contract extension.  

The hearing lasted about an hour.  No decision has been made.

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