Over the weekend, reports surfaced that upwards of 20 members of the Dallas Cowboys missed curfew on Friday night in London.
Owner and general manager Jerry Jones responded on Sunday, prior to the team’s 31-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, saying that the Cowboys couldn’t have broken curfew--because there was no curfew.
"There was no curfew," Jones said, per Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "As a matter of fact, if they broke it we all broke it. We were at the party until midnight. My party at the Tower of London."
Of course, this goes against what some other Cowboys said. Zack Martin told reporters that they had a midnight curfew, and Jason Garrett made reference to a curfew earlier in the week, though he didn’t specify a time.
Jones and team spokesman Rich Dalrymple said the team had just one bed check on the trip, and that was on Saturday, the night before the game. And it sounds like the owner is tired of being asked about the whole thing.
"There was no curfew violation,” Jones said. “There was no problem, none not at all. There was no curfew. There was no bed check, no nothing at all about anything."
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