It appears that all of the concern over the free speech rights of players over the national anthem protests does not extend to owners. Last week, Dallas Cowboys coach Jerry Jones was reportedly told to stop talking about the national anthem controversy. Jones had said that his team would be standing at attention during the playing of the national anthem this season. Then he went silent. I previously wrote how the NFL is an organization curiously based on socialist principles and a heavy-hand of censorship. The NFL is already buckling on its compromise to allow players to stay in the locker room as protests during the anthem as the player association and some teams demand the right to continue the protests.