"I've had discussions with the committee chairman, but received no 'notices", Jones said Tuesday morning on radio station KRLD in Dallas. Which is fitting, given that the lawsuit would arise from Jones' objection to the many millions to be paid to Commissioner Roger Goodell under his next contract.
There is thought that Jones' motivation comes out of anger with Goodell giving Dallas' star running back Ezekiel Elliott a six-game suspension that he finally started serving last week.
Jerry Jones has refuted the New York Times report that he has been issued a cease-and-desist warning from the six NFL owners on the compensation committee in response to Jones reportedly threatening to sue the league and the owners on the committee.
In any case, Jones has done more than just ruffle feathers around the National Football League, he's outright upset many owners (and, undoubtedly, the commish).
"If somebody is asserting that or thinking about that kind of thing, they're not knowledgeable on how things work in the National Football League".
Won't allow screening of 'Padmavati' in Karnataka: Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena
Branding themselves as protectors of culture, the men shouted slogans against the film and filmmaker, Sanjay Leela Bhansali . But the makers of Padmavati said that they can do that only after it is granted a certificate by the censor board.
Goodell is seeking the use of a private jet for life as part of his new five-year compensation package from the league's owners, ESPN reported Sunday. Goodell has 18 months left on his current term and a lot to prove in the NFL's troubled 2017 landscape.
The league could take a range of steps, including fines, docking draft picks and even suspending Jones, according to several people with knowledge of the situation. Goodell's contract is set to expire after the 2018 season.
The criticisms around Goodell focus on his bungling of the league's domestic violence policy and the Bountygate and Deflategate controversies. He'll miss three more games before his next schedule court date on December 1.