The Dallas Cowboys are still without a win after three games in the 2021 NFL preseason. But that's probably the furthest thing away from the mind of team owner Jerry Jones, who's seemingly more concerned about getting everyone on his team vaccinated for protection against COVID-19. Jones recently appeared on 105.3 The Fan and had the following to say, via Jori Epstein of USA TODAY:

There is certainly not a shortage of players who are against getting the COVID-19 jabs, but Jones does not appear like he's going to tolerate such a stubborn idea about the vaccine — at least among members of the Cowboys organization.

Apart from health purposes, Jones must also be thinking about the potential financial losses the Cowboys could incur due to COVID-related postponements. The NFL earlier sent a memo across the league that states a game that is forfeited because of unavailable (and unvaccinated) players because of COVID-19 will not have the benefit of rescheduling.

Last season, the NFL was able to stage a complete season, albeit one that saw some games getting deferred to a later date because of COVID-19. But that was also when the vaccine was not yet available.

The Cowboys will enter the 2021 NFL season looking to recover from a forgettable 2020 campaign in which they missed the playoffs with a 6-10 record.