Jerry Jones: Cowboys Trip to African American History Museum Not for Publicity | Bleacher Report

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his team visited the prominent sites around Washington D.C., on Monday, including the National Museum of African American History and Culture. While some called this move a publicity stunt, he disagreed.

“Well, I don’t think that’s the case,” Jones said, per TMZ Sports. “This is a player effort and our players wanted to do this. It’s their great idea, and we sure wanted to do it and be a part of it.”

The team also went to the Lincoln Memorial on Monday. 

“It makes you proud to be a part of America,” Jones said of the team’s sightseeing tour.

The team originally planned the trip last week following the road game against the Washington Redskins, which turned into a 20-17 loss to the division rivals. However, many have…

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